How to Blow Up a Ballon with Baking Soda & Vinegar! This is a very fun and easy science experiment for kids!!!
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In this video we are blowing up balloons with carbon dioxide!! This is a great experiment to show children how acetic acid (vinegar) and sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) react to form sodium acetate and carbon dioxide gas.
The rapid release of the carbon dioxide gas in the reaction pressurizes the plastic bottle and causes the balloon to inflate.
Give it a try and use different amounts of vinegar and baking soda to see how big or small you can make the balloon!
Make sure to comment below if you tried this experiment. And as always, have FUN but be SAFE!!!
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