Shared December 19, 2018
In this video, I'll be recreating the popular demonstration called the Chemical Traffic Light Reaction.
Note: I made a mistake in the video. I said the carbonate solution would have a pH around 8-9, but it would actually be closer to 11-12. I was thinking of sodium bicarbonate when I said that.
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