7th grade science project

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simple 7th grade science project that must include powerpoint and pictures. Question, How can you blow up a balloon with baking soda and vinegar? That is the topic that would like to use.

7th grade science project
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Robertmariasi
School: Cornell University

Here i am with a final version of this work. Tell me if you need any changes. I changed the experiment to be easier so instead of measuring how much the amount of baking soda will influencing the inflating process .. the entire experiment was simply based on the question" can the reaction between vinegar and baking soda inflate a balloon?" .I think that would be more like a 7th grade experiment as it is not sophisticated at all. I am attaching again 2 words file one single space and one double space so you can decide which one you need.I am also attaching the power point file which has 9 slides, and it's actually a sum up of the report . It contains general information regarding the experiment, materials used , step to step guide for the experiment and conclusions.Tell me if that is what you need or if you need any kind of changes.

Balloon Experiment

Balloon Blow Up Experiment
(Date)
(Name of the Participants)

Chemistry Reaction
Balloon Blow Up Experiment
Introduction
The purpose of today's experiment is to determine whether using baking soda mixed with
vinegar will inflate a balloon.
The baking soda also known as sodium bicarbonate in reaction with vinegar will result in the
formation of a gas known as dioxide gas ( CO2) which should increase the size of our balloon.
The reaction for this experiment is as it follows:
NaHCO3(sodium bicarbonate) + HC2H3O2(vinegar) -à Co2(dioxide gas) + H2O(water) +
NaC2H3O2(sodium acetate)
The reaction in order to take places requires the usage of heat resulting in a loss of temperature
of the bottle we are going to use. The elements located between the arrow in the reaction are
known as reactants and their amount will determine how much the balloon will inflate. Once
they are consumed, the reaction will stop and the balloon will stop increasing its size.
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Anonymous
Thanks, good work

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