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  • 1. Chemistry StationsChemical or Physical Change?
  • 2. Magnesium and HeatChemical Change Mg0 2Mg + O2 → 2MgO Magnesium + Oxygen gas → Magnesium oxide
  • 3. Magnesium and Hydrochloric acid (Mg +HCl)Chemical Change MgCl2 + H2
  • 4. Collapsing Can Physical ChangeThe can filled with steam - cooled - steam condensed Pressure on the outside was greater than that on the inside - collapsed
  • 5. Electricity and Hydrochloric AcidChemical Change H + Cl
  • 6. Cobalt Chloride andCalcium Hydroxide CoCl2+Ca(OH)2Chemical Change Ca(OH)2 + CoCl2 -------> Co(OH)2 + CaCl2
  • 7. Potassium Permanganate and Sodium Sulphite (KmnO4 + Na2SO3)Chemical Change
  • 8. MilkKaleidoscopePhysical Change Breaking the surface tension
  • 9. Powder and WaterPhysical Change Dissolved Tea
  • 10. Vacuum Pump and MarshmallowPhysical Change Air pressure
  • 11. Wax and HeatPhysical Change Solid + Heat = Liquid Liquid – Heat + Solid Change of State
  • 12. Ice Cubes and HeatPhysical Change Change of State
  • 13. Canister Explosion Na HCO3 + CH3COOHChemical Change
  • 14. Saturated Salt Solution NaCl + H2O + HeatPhysical ChangeWater evaporated and left the Salt.
  • 15. BromothymolBlue and CO2Chemical Change When CO2 mixed with water it became carbonic acid, which changed the color of the ‘indicator’. You will learn more about that later!
  • 16. Bonus Stations
  • 17. Sodium Polyacrylate and WaterPhysical Change!
  • 18. Goldenrod paper and liqudChemical Change