The Bath Bomb Experiment

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The purpose of this experiment was to see if altering the ingredients of a bath bomb affected the effervescent when placed in water. When a bath bomb is submerged in water the ingredients caused it to fizz, releasing a scent and changing the color of the water. This bath bomb experiment requires two recipes. The first recipe which was labelled as “normal”, contained less cornstarch than the other recipe. In addition to the “normal” recipe, the other recipe was labelled “extra” because it contains more cornstarch. During this process, by adding or subtracting ingredients the fizziness of the bath bomb changed. If more cornstarch is added to the recipe, the bath bomb will not fizz as much when placed in water. This is because the cornstarch

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