What do you observe at the bottom of the test tube? Near the top?
Not much at bottom, condensation at top
Does a gas collect in the inverted bottle?
Yes, it pushes the water out and replaces it.
From where, do you think, the gas comes from?
the heated baking soda
From where did the droplets on the test tube come from?
Is the color of the liquid in the two test tubes the same?
No, the heated test tube is darker.
If the color is different, can the white powder in the test tube that you heated still be baking soda?
No, if it's still baking soda it has to be the same color as the unheated test tube. It is a different color.
Was the test tube cooler at top or bottom?
Was the control group the unheated baking soda or the hated baking soda?
unheated baking soda
Was the experimental group the unheated baking soda or the heated baking soda?
heated baking soda
What was the indicator in the baking soda lab?
When baking soda is heated what is released, and what is left?
Carbon is released, Sodium is left
Why could the color of tea in the heated baking soda have been too light?
not heated long enough, not stirred long enough, not enough baking soda
Is the amount of condensation more or less than the amount of solid that is in your test tube?
Less- the baking soda can't produce more condensation than baking soda. Can't make more than it is.