Read the full experiment at http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiment/puff-pop-how-to-make-a-co2-sandwich Mom always warned us never to play with our food... but no one said that the wrappers were off limits. Here's a fun activity that uses some common items you'll find around the house and a little creativity to explore the "pop" factor of vinegar and baking soda.
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