DIY sherbet

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Clip from Scope  |  ELEVEN  |  December 25, 2015
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Junior scientist Elizabeth uses chemistry to create sherbet and get those tastebuds tingling. The fizzy reaction occurs when the acid-carbonate in the sherbet comes into contact with our saliva, causing a chemical reaction, while the sweet-sour explosion is created by the presence of citric acid and sugar on our taste receptors. To make your own, you'll need baking soda, citric acid, icing sugar, jelly crystals a zip lock bag, two cups, four small bowls and a teaspoon.

Junior scientist Elizabeth uses chemistry to create sherbet and get those tastebuds tingling. The fizzy reaction occurs when the acid-carbonate in the sherbet comes into contact with our saliva, causing a chemical reaction, while the sweet-sour explosion is created by the presence of citric acid and sugar on our taste receptors. To make your own, you'll need baking soda, citric acid, icing sugar, jelly crystals a zip lock bag, two cups, four small bowls and a teaspoon.

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