Aside from eggs’ nutritive facts, they are quite an interesting variable in an experiment. Like this one below, wonder how this happened?
Here’s the dealio — you’ll need:
(1) a glass jar;
(2) a raw egg (the intent is to dissolve the shell, which is easier to see with a brown egg);
(3) vinegar (we used apple cider and red wine vinegar, both of which worked well); and
(4) patience – it has to sit for 48 hours
So, the popular experiment of turning a raw egg into a bouncy “ball” is by submerging it in household vinegar for 2 days. The acidic vinegar reacts with the calcium carbonate egg shell to dissolve it. The membrane inside the egg remains intact and turns rubbery.
Carefully place the egg into the glass jar and cover with vinegar. Record your observations if you want and then set it aside. After 24 hours, carefully change the vinegar. After 48 hours, carefully remove the egg and try to bounce it.
Awww, look what this adorable kid did. Boy, he just loved how disgusting the eggshell dissolved!
When it was all finished, this little kiddo played with his experimented egg by dropping it from different heights to see how much bounce he’ll got, then he decided to squeeze it gently, then hard. Leading to a majors platter all over his place.
On the other hand, as for the “GLOWING EFFECT”, after successfully having that peeled-off, bouncy egg, a few tricks can do…
Just turn off your light, and light a colored bulb beside it. Simple as that!
Now, you see it GLOWING!
You can also watch the AWESOME video below: