Vinegar + Baking Soda + Balloons = FIZZY FUN! | Kids Science Experiments | Science for Kids

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Vinegar + Baking Soda + Balloons = FIZZY FUN! | Kids Science Experiments | Science for Kids

What happens when you add vinegar to baking soda?
Join Professor Labcoat on his latest science demonstration. He’ll show you how fizzy and fun these simple household items can be. They can even be used to blow up balloons!
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– vinegar
– baking soda
– mixing dish
– bottle
– balloons (try several of different sizes)
– 2 funnels
– tablespoon

If you’re interested in the chemical reaction that is taking place, it’s the combination of vinegar (acetic acid) and baking soda (also known as sodium bicarbonate). The gas released is Carbon Dioxide. You write the chemical reaction like this:

HC2H3O2 + NaHCO3 → NaC2H3O2 + H2O + CO2
(the numbers should all be subscripts)

Professor Labcoat: Matt DeNoto
Professor Labcoat’s non-evil twin: Michael Harrison
Directed by Michael Harrison
Written and Produced by Kimberly Hatch Harrison

Music licensed from, a division of Getty Images


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  1. Thanks for uploading the video, .I Use Science Experiments as Creative play with my 5yr old boy our CO2 (Vinegar / Baking Soda) Experiment :
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  2. I am wondering, if you heat the bottle as it is with the current mixture of baking soda and vinegar, would it create more CO2 gases and expand the ballon without adding more to the solution?

  3. Sir can you say that the red litmus paper is dropped in NaOH water what is the colour of red litmus paper also, we say that the red litmus paper is dropped in Baking soda powder in water , vinegar in water and glucose in water what is colour of red litmus paper. We like your videos

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