King Chemistry Bsv Analysis
Baking Soda Vinegar Height
5g 55g 56cm
3g 57g 50cm

Andrew R. and Alyssa's tests

Baking Soda Vinegar Height
5g 55g 60cm
11g 49g 65cm

With using our math with the right dilutions, Kaylie and I got a result of 56m.m. for the first test with the right quantities and 50m.m. with the incorrect quantities of that dilution. Obviously the perfect reaction amount reached it's chemical potential.


The height for test 1 was the best possible solution because (for test 2) with less baking soda than 5g and more vinegar than 55g (More vinegar is usually the case for the test to go higher) did not reach the height that Test 1 did. Kaylie and I did not make any human errors with amounts or pouring but the test tube may have been leaning a bit too much of the test. Next time, Kaylie and I would keep the tube still standing staight up. We notived that there was no gunk on the bottom of the cap so every molecule had a perfect reaction.

Charlotte Saint Germain
Results ;

~Baking Soda ~Vinegar ~Height
5g 55g 75
10g 50g 60
5g 55g 56cm
3g 57g 50cm

Our results told us that you need a significant amount more of vinager than baking soda.

We know that our first test, with 5g of baking soda and 55g of vinegar, made the ping pong ball go the highest in the tube. Even before the test, we knew that this was the best ratio, because the mathematical equations that we did proved it. There are possible human errors in our progress, such as not measuring correctly, or not washing the tube all the way, or washing it too much and not drying it as much. The water and/or access materials could have tampered with out results. If I were to do this project again I would have a larger amount of total grams for more ratios. The vinegar and the baking soda were diluted, so I know that the numbers were right because of each molecule of acidic acid had a molecules of baking soda to make a reaction.

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