Solution 1 2 3 4 5 6 EXPERIMENT Peel off six big cabbage leaves and put them in a blender with 12 cups of water Liquify Depending on how much Red Cabbage
Solution EXPERIMENT Peel off six big cabbage leaves and put them in a blender with cups of water Liquify Depending
Solution EXPERIMENT Peel off six big cabbage leaves and put them in a blender with
big cabbage leaves and put them in a blender with cups of water Liquify Depending on how much Red Cabbage
Solution EXPERIMENT Peel off six big cabbage leaves and put them in
a blender with cups of water Liquify Depending on how much Red Cabbage
Solution EXPERIMENT Peel off six big cabbage leaves and put
Solution EXPERIMENT Peel off six
(Solution) 1 2 3 4 5 6 EXPERIMENT Peel off six big cabbage leaves and put them in a blender with 12 cups of water. Liquify!Depending on how much Red Cabbage

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Experiment on acid and bases. come up with reactions colorsEXPERIMENT 1 Peel of six big cabbage leaves and put them in a blender with 12 cups oF water. LiquiFy! Depending on how much Red Cabbage Indicator you want to make use the optimum ratio of one cabbage leaf to two cups of water. 2 Pour the purplish cabbage liquid through a strainer to ±lter out all oF the big chunks oF cabbage. Doesn’t cabbage juice smell great? Save the liquid For the experiments to Follow. 3 Set out three or Four test tubes or glasses, side by side. ²ill each container halF Full with cabbage juice. 4 Since you know that vinegar is an example oF an acid, add a little vinegar to the ±rst glass oF cabbage juice. Stir with a spoon and notice the color change to red, which indicates that vinegar is classi±ed as an acid. 5 In the second glass add a teaspoon oF washing soda or laundry detergent. Notice how the liquid turns green, indicating that this chemical is a base. Keep these two glasses of red and green liquid for future reference. 6 Try adding other “test chemicals" to a small amount oF cabbage juice and note the color change to determine iF the chemical is an acid or a base. Using the image below determine the pH. TAKE IT FURTHER! Use your cabbage juice indicator to test the acid or base properties oF other common substances. You might want to try orange juice, lemonade, milk, salt, ammonia, or soap. ²rom the images below determine the pH oF the solutions you tested. Be sure to keep some oF the "Fresh" cabbage juice For the next experiment. HOW DOES IT WORK? Some substances are classi±ed as either an acid or a base. Think oF acids and bases as opposites - acids have a low pH and bases have a high pH. ²or reFerence, water (a neutral) has a pH oF 7 on a scale oF 0-