'Egg ball from an Egg' Experiment

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'Egg ball from an Egg' Experiment

Making an egg ball is really simple. However, this experiment requires a lot of patience, as you need to invest a few days to get a flexible egg ball. Just take a look at these simple steps and you will successfully make an egg ball. Image source: global.rakuten.com

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'Egg ball from an Egg' Experiment

Place an egg in a glass, add vinegar and cover it with a lid. It is very important to cover the egg, as it keeps the smell inside. Let the glass be in isolation for some days. Image source: stevespanglerscience.com.

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'Egg ball from an Egg' Experiment

After a few days, when you open the pot, you get a flexible egg which you can use as a ball too. Image source: stevespanglerscience.com

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'Egg ball from an Egg' Experiment

Scientific Reason: The calcium carbonate in the egg shell reacts with the acetic acid in vinegar. The reactions leads to the decomposition of the egg shell and results in a flexible egg ball. Image source: www.stevespanglerscience.com.

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'Egg ball from an Egg' Experiment
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