Clean-up Cost: Acid Mine Drainage
Students determine the amount of base needed to neutralize an acid in order to calculate the cost of mine drainage clean-up. They use vinegar, ammonia and cabbage to experiment with levels of base (ammonia) and acid (vinegar).
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