Acid Rain Classroom Experiments?

Answer As we learn more and more how much our actions impact the Earth, environmental science is a more important topic than ever for the classroom. One important issue is the effects of acid rain on the ... Read More »

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Experiments With Ascorbic Acid?

Ascorbic acid, also known as vitamin C, is a common vitamin found in foods that we eat. Ascorbic acid is very unstable acid and breaks down quickly and can be lost during cooking and preserving pro... Read More »

Simple Acid & Base Experiments?

Many substances around us are acids, bases or neutral. Acids, such as lemon juice, are typically sour in taste. Bases taste bitter and feel slippery. Think soap. Acids and bases are opposites of ea... Read More »

How to Simulate Acid Rain?

You can simulate acid rain using a variety of methods, but two experiments in particular allow you to simulate it fairly easily, inexpensively and quickly. In one, you can help children see how gas... Read More »

What are some pollutants that cause acid rain?

Sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and ammonia gases all cause acid rain. Acidic compounds, such as sulfuric acid and nitric acid, form when these gases react with water in the air, increasing the aci... Read More »