Transcript of Pop Rocks Expander. Procedure: list all steps used to do this experiment. 1. put the package of pop rocks into the balloon 2. place the balloon over the top of the open pop bottle. 3. grab the balloon and put all pop rocks in the bottle and watch what happens!
Observation: experiment will now be showed Pop Rock Balloons: Easy Science Experiment with Candy. This activity was inspired by Steve Spanglers Pop Rocks Expander science activity. Thanks for joining us, lets get started The Pop Rocks and the soda make little bubbles, and when they pop, the air inside the bubbles fills the balloon. Pop Rocks and Soda Bridget Greb Step 1 Pour all of pop rocks in balloon( with or without funnell).
Step 2 Take funnell out to keep dry. ( I didn't do this the first time and it was a catastrophe! )" Pop Rocks Expander. " Steve Spangler Science. Web. 18 Sept. 2014. The End The Beginning Pop Rocks Expander (Candy Science) SICK Science Science Experiments Steve Spangler Science. Growing a STEM Classroom: Make your Science Pop with Pop Rocks! Have the kids observe the chemical reaction that takes place between the pop rocks and sodawater!
Procedure. Setting up the Experiment. Running the Experiment. Index. Running the Experiment: Pour about 25 mL of deionized water on top of your Pop Rocks sample and VERY quickly replace the distillation head.
Turn on the burner and heat the Pop Rockswater solution. Jan 29, 2013 And, if we're being honest, Pop Rocks are one of the greatest candies of all time! You dump a few of the tiny pebbles onto your tongue and, in an instant, they begin fizzing, popping, and snapping Sep 26, 2014 I wanted to find out if Baking soda, Coke, and Poprocks can blow up a balloon. Hypothesis: I think the Poprocks will make the balloon blow up because the Poprocks" pop" in our mouths due to the moisture and create carbon dioxide, so I think it will do the same with the Coke.
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for Halloween in a science classroom: 6 oozing, bubbling, fiery science demonstrations. It was about pop rocks and soda. I put pop rocks in a balloon and then, dump them in the soda. 21 thoughts on Pop Rocks and Soda Science Fair Project Robin says: May 13, 2013 at 3: 46 pm Theres another experiment you can do with a Mento in a big soda bottle and it really DOES explode.
I liked reading about your experiment. You Pop Rocks Expander (Candy Science) SICK Science Mixing Pop Rocks and soda let's you discover the secret behind the famous popping candy.
Pop Rocks is one of the greatest candy inventions of all time!