Chameleon bubbles

Type Document
Description Chameleon bubbles are alginate bubbles that emerge when a sodium alginate solution is dropped into a calcium chloride solution – just like how bubbles in bubble tea are made. The bubbles can change their colour with respect to the substance with which they are filled. In this case, the bubbles are filled by an acid-base indicator solution; so, adding acids or bases in the outer surrounding lea...
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Uploaded by Nicole
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Created at May 24, 2016 10:34
Updated at May 24, 2016 10:34
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