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Pop rocks and coke! amber foxhoven

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  • 1. Pop Rocks and Coke! Amber Foxhoven & Jayden Vincent
  • 2. What is the Chemistry?
    • The Pop Rock and Coke experiment is a Physical Reaction, not a Chemical Reaction.
    • The soda dissolves the candy and releases the small bubble of carbon dioxide gas from the Pop Rock.
  • 3. Chemicals/ Substances Involved
    • Coke
    • Pop Rocks
    • Balloon
    • Narrow Mouth Jar
  • 4. Reaction
    • In the experiment with the balloon, mixing Pop Rocks with soda is a Physical Reaction, not a Chemical Reaction.
    • The soda then dissolves the candy and releases the small bubble of carbon dioxide gas from the Pop Rock.
    • A Combustion
  • 5.