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Fill balloons with carbon dioxide

You will need:

  • bottle, spoon, funnel
  • bicarbonate soda
  • vinegar

Why Does This Happen?

Reacting vinegar and bicarbonate soda together produces carbon dioxide and water. The water is left in the vinegar solution whilst the carbon dioxide rises and fills the balloon on the bottle.

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