Chemistry in a Ziploc Bag: Mini-lesson. Vanderbilt Student Volunteers for Science Spring 2014. I. Introduction. Tell students this lesson involves a chemical reaction that produces a gas. Warn them that the ziploc bag is going to fill up with air. Assure students that the chemicals are safe.
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Chemistry in a Ziploc Bag: Mini-lesson
Vanderbilt Student Volunteers for Science
(1) When phenol red solution is added to the baking soda bag, it remains red.
(2) The bag feels cold.
(3) When the calcium chloride is added, the phenol red turns yellow. Students may feel a short-lasting warming while the anhydrous calcium chloride dissolves in water.
(4) The bag fills up with gas and continues to feel cold.