Our “Science Guy” Jason Lindsey with Hooked on Science shows us how you can use a few ingredients from around the house to add a little science to dying your Easter eggs.
Using a few ingredients from you can add a little science to dying your Easter Eggs.
When the vinegar is squeezed over the eggs covered in a paste, which includes baking soda, a chemical reaction occurs creating carbon dioxide gas. The vinegar helps the food coloring in the paste attach to the shell of the egg creating a unique and colorful design.Go to www.hookedonscience.org for more experiments that might get you and your family “Hooked on Science.”
Jason Lindsey Hooked on Science
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