Hydrogen Balloon Explosion Demonstration

Unit 5: Chemical Reactions
Lesson 3 of 11

Objective: Students will be able to observe a chemical reaction, specifically bond breaking/forming, involving removing hydrogen gas from hydrochloric acid, capturing the hydrogen in a balloon and causing the balloon to explode.

Big Idea: What better way to observe the breaking and forming of chemical bonds than with an explosive hydrogen balloon.

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