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Bubble Bomb Activity

Bubble Bomb Activity   Combine baking soda and vinegar to pop a plastic bag with the power of fizz. The bubbles in the Bubble Bomb are filled with carbon dioxide, a gas that forms when the vinegar (an acid) reacts
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Bubble Bomb Activity: Combine baking soda and vinegar to pop a plastic bag with the power of fizz. The bubbles in the Bubble Bomb are filled with carbon dioxide, a gas that forms when the vinegar (an acid) reacts with the baking soda (a base), resulting in the Bubble Bomb exploding.

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