Change in Temperature - Endothermic Reaction

Now that learners have been exposed to chemical changes, they learn that some take in heat and therefore, decrease in temperature. The same reaction that they have been investigating between baking soda and vinegar is revisited, measuring the temperature both before and after. This is a simple way to expose your class to endothermic reactions.

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