Underwater Fireworks: The Reaction of Acetylene & Chlorine

Underwater Fireworks: The Reaction of Acetylene & Chlorine

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The Reaction of Acetylene & Chlorine

\r\nStudents can see for themselves the drama of chemistry in action as they observe chemistry experiments that are otherwise difficult to perform in a classroom setting. Each Chemistry in the Classroom experiment can be demonstrated in front of the class, then passed around. Kits shorten preparation time, make clean up easy and safe, and include instructions and enough pre-measured reagents to complete five chemistry demonstrations.\r\n
    Calcium carbide is placed in a cylinder containing water. A reaction occurs producing acetylene gas bubbles. A plastic tube from a chlorine gas generator is placed in the cylinder. As the bubbles of acetylene and chlorine collide flashes of light are produced.\r\n
    Materials included:\r\n
        250 ml Sodium Hypochlorite \r\n
        30 ml Hydrochloric Acid, 1.0M Soln \r\n
        10 g Calcium Carbide, Lumps \r\n
    Not included: glassware, lab equipment, and safety equipment.\r\n


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