Chemistry: Egg Sucking Experiment

Students discover simple gas laws by observing an egg sucked into an Erlenmeyer flask. When the flask is warmed, the egg is placed atop it. when both are placed in ice water, the egg slips into the flask. The procedure is then reversed. Through the experiment, students discover that the egg is sucked into the flask due to the lower pressure inside the container.

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