KITCHEN PANDEMIC, EP. 2, by Jason Moeller

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DIY Science

We are proud to offer fun DIY science experiments the whole family can enjoy! We hope you'l have fun digging into the subjects below, and we can't wait to see you at the museum.

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KITCHEN PANDEMIC, EP. 2, by Jason Moeller

Scientists use the pH scale to measure how acidic or basic something is. This scale ranks things from 0 to 14. 0 to 7 are acids, with 0 being the strongest, and 7 to 14 are bases, with 14 being the strongest base. If a liquid has a pH of 7, it's neutral - like water.

In this episode of The Kitchen Pandemic, ASC's science educator Jason shows us how bases and acids can react to create a fizzy, bubbly explosion! You can follow along in your own kitchen (or outdoors) with baking soda, vinegar, dish soap and food coloring to make it even more fun!

 

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