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Making Naked Eggs

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This activity includes directions for using vinegar to dissolve an eggshell without breaking the membrane that contains the egg. Egg shells, made of calcium carbonate, react with acetic acid, vinegar, to produce bubbles of carbon dioxide and release calcium ions into the solution dissolving the egg shell. The membrane containing the egg is not affected by the acid.

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