2022 Making Bath Bombs Including Epson Salts And Corn Starch

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You will be making bath bombs using the recipe and directions from [Instructables Making bath bomb with Epsom salt and Corn starch]. However, we will only be making 1/2 a batch.

Pre-lab Stoichiometry calculation

The above recipe (we will be using a 1/2 batch calls for 4 dry ounces (1 dry ounce = 28.35g, equals 113g) of Baking soda to be added to 2 ounces of citric acid (57g). You will also use 2 ounces of Corn Starch (57g), 2 ounces of Epsom salt (Magnesium sulfate) (57g), 3 teaspoon oil, 2 teaspoon H2O1 and 1 drop of food coloring. If you use your balanced chemical reaction from 2022 CP Making Carbonate Drink lab (write here):

Balanced Chemical Reaction:

Problems: Determine how many grams of baking soda you need to completely react all the citric acid if you start with 57g.

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