This experiment is not included in the MEL Chemistry subscription.
You can blow bubbles with any mixture of soap and water, but add a "secret" ingredient and you'll
This solution was prepared with distilled water. Note the wispy white precipitate that re-integrates first, and the gel-like substance that seems much more reluctant to re-integrate into solution.
DilutingSolutionsExperiments often require a solution that is more dilute than what is on hand in the stockroom. In this case, a more concentrated stock solution must be diluted to obtain the desired concentration. To carry out a dilution, the following equation is used: Molarity concentrated soln X...
A solution, for at least one of my problems, found on Reddit: Get a cheap spray bottle from the dollar store (I got mine at Harmon Face Values), fill it partially with dish soap, and the rest of the way
Adding water to a titrant or analyte will change the concentration of that solution. Each solution has a molarity, which is equal to the number of moles of a solvent per liter of solution.
This distilled water was pre-mixed with the concentration of the appropriate ion (e.g. Sodium ion, Magnesium ion, etc.)
We are going to blow bubbles into a dyed soapysolution and then place the bubbles on paper. When the dyed bubbles pop, it makes for a great bubbly
Lye-watersolution. Basic oils and setup for making soap.
The experiment is simple to follow and easy to try. It's great fun to do with children as a simple science experiment with dramatic effects, or you could perform it
Spray the soapsolution on the mat, covering all the sweat spots and stains, if any. Wipe the mat down with a clean, dry cotton towel. Do not rub too hard, as it can damage the mat. Repeat the process if the mat needs more cleaning. If there is any soapy residue, spray some warm water on the mat, then...
Clean your finished kitchen cabinets with an oil soapsolution to remove dirt and grease.
Mix soap and water. Bubbles can be made using any type of liquid soap you have around the house. Some soaps make bubbles that last longer than others, so experiment with different types until you find one you
Diluted dish soap can be used to clean glass surfaces, and it is the best one to use on really dirty glass. Try using diluted dish soap to thoroughly clean glass
The foam produced is just water, soap, and oxygen so you can clean it up with a sponge and pour any extra liquid left in the bottle down the drain. This experiment is sometimes called “Elephant’s Toothpaste” because it looks like toothpaste coming out of a tube, but don’t get the foam in your mouth!
A soap bubble is air surrounded by water and soap. It is held together by surface tension. Water alone has too much surface tension.
Combine liquid dish soapwithwater at a ratio of 2 tablespoons per gallon to create a mixture of
Dilute it with an equal volume of distilled or deionised water to make the stock solution of
We found ways to save money on cleaning products, soaps and shampoos by diluting with some water.
I diluted the liquid hand soap in our bathroom by about 20% withwater, my wife says that the soap is now ineffective. What do you think?