Wednesday, 22 March 2017

A bad egg!


What do you think will happen to an egg, if we leave it submerged in vinegar for a week?

46 comments:

  1. kermarley 4 blue10:39 am, March 23, 2017

    i think that it would get very smelly and get rotten and old

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  2. i think that what will happen to egg is that egg will melt down because vinegar go in take everything away so it will melt and you will see bubbles

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  3. Tae'jah 4Blue10:49 am, March 23, 2017

    The inside of it might stay the same

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  4. I think that the egg will smell like vinager for a long time

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  5. I think that the egg is going to be really stinky because of the vinegar i think the egg would disovle

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  6. I predict that the egg will ecsplode

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  7. I think the egg skin of the inside will peel off. because the vinegar is very strong and stinky and the chemicals is very strong and if you dip the shell in it desolves and creates bubbles.

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  8. i think that the egg will`be rotan and it will stink. it might be pilled of break apart into little pieces

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  9. when you cooc egs they tarn into a solid

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  10. I think if you leave the egg with the vinegar the egg is going to turn into a solid

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  11. it will expire or dissolve or crack

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  12. it peals of all the shell viniger is realy strong

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  13. The egg shell will disintegrate and a white membrane will be left. It will have a little bounce to it as well.

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  14. Some interesting suggestions. Can anyone explain why the egg might change in the way you have described?

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    1. Well, when you submerge an egg in vinegar, the shell dissolves. Vinegar contains acetic acid, which breaks apart the solid calcium carbonate crystals that make up the eggshell into their calcium and carbonate parts. Then the white membrane shows through.

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  15. The vinegar will dissolve the eggshell. This happens because vinegar contains an acid called acetic acid, which reacts with the high calcium content of the eggshell. It takes three or four days for the shell to dissolve completely, and you must wait until all the shell is gone before trying to bounce the egg.

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  16. I predict that the egg will turn into a Bounsy egg like a ball bonuses up and down .

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  17. The vinaiger contains an acid called acetic acid wich reacts with the high calcium content of the egg shell

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  18. The asid in the vinegar Maby makes the shell dissolve then you can play with it and bounce it around.

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  19. I predict that the egg will turn into a hard boiled and crack I think this because if you leave an egg by its self it turns hard but if you leave it by its self in a jar of vinegar it will turn hard but vinegar is very sor d so it migh turn hard and maybe crack.

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  20. I think that the egg shell will break and it will stay into a liquid.

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  21. The vinegar will dissolve the eggshell. This happens because vinegar contains an acid called acetic acid, which reacts with the high calcium content of the eggshell. It takes three or four days for the shell to dissolve completely, and you must wait until all the shell is gone before trying to bounce the egg.

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  22. I predict that on the inside of the egg it is going to melt . Then on the outside it is going to go really hard. I also predict that the vinegar is going to turn into slimed and go all sticky.

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  23. The inside of the egg is liquid but outside of the egg is solid

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  24. When you leave the egg in viniger for a week when you peel of the shell it will be see through and it will crack more easyer and I think it will taste like an egg as well.

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  25. i predict that the egg is going turn in to a liquid like it was in it sell

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  26. i predict that the egg is going turn in to a liquid like it was in it sell

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  27. viniger dissolwod the egg shell

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  28. I think that if you leave a egg in vinegar the shell will might be peeled of in the morning and i think it will have a bad smell.

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  29. I predict that it will crack because the vinegar smells so bad.

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  30. I think that when you submerge an eggshell with vinegar then it will dissolve also vinegar contains acid which is going to break apart of the eggshell.Also i think that all of the skin will peel of because the vinegar will get all in the skin for to long because it,s staying there for one hole week that it woudn,t be able to stay together any more.

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  31. i think the egg shell will be very soft because of the viniger sour it badly.

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  32. The egg will go to the top of the equipment you are using and it will have a bit of white foam

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  33. I think I agree with kermarley bacause I think it's going to be verry smelly.

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  34. i think the egg will devolve or be come soggy

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  35. The egg will crack.

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  36. i have done this before . the vinegar will soften the egg and it might get bouncy [warning] [don't bounce it too hard or it might break].even though its soft it can still break easily. and the shell cant stick on to the egg anymore,because the egg will have might gotten bigger so the egg gets hot over night and so under the skin is the vinegar that makes it look like a boiled egg and the egg yolk is still inside .

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  37. I think that the egg will be hard because when the egg is good it is kind of soft and the egg will have a nasty smell and when you crack the egg i think the yoke will be like a darker or lighter colar



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  38. i fink that it is gowig to make the sheal cum of and it is go in to shag coler the eeg is gowig to stik to the cup

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  39. I think if you keep the vinegar it mite brak the sell

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  40. When you cook the egg it become a solid

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  41. Replies
    1. I was right! The acetic acid in the vinegar reacted with the calcium and carbonate. Now it has a white membrane (skin) and it's a bit bouncy. But if you do it too much, the membrane will break as it is delicate.

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    2. Now continue your story about the race around the world.

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  42. i think if you dont cook it it will be gas if you do cook it it will be a solid

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