Many of us have observed or heard about EFFERVESCENSE for Chemical Reactions in the school laboratories.
Many chemicals reactions produced Effervescence such as:
- Acid + Metal Carbonates –> Salt + Carbon Dioxide Gas + Water
- Acid + Reactive Metals –> Salt + Hydrogen Gas
- Reactive Metals + Water –> Alkaline Solution + Hydrogen Gas
But how about Effervescence in Our Everyday?Lifes? Effervescence outside the Chemistry Laboratories?
Have you ever wondered?what Effervescense is EVEN if you have not stepped into Chemistry Laboratories before?
I thought the best way to show this to you is by Dissolving A Lozenges!
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