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  1. Jun 21, 2022 · Elephant toothpaste is an exothermic reaction—meaning it generates heat—so don’t touch the foam or the bottle during or right after the eruption.

  2. Create a giant foaming reaction and wow your friends with this classic science demonstration! With just a few simple ingredients, you can make something that looks like toothpaste being squeezed from a tube—but so big, it must be for elephants! This activity is not recommended for use as a science fair project.

  3. Aug 1, 2019 · This foam looks like a giant squeeze of toothpaste—almost big enough for an elephant! Materials. Empty plastic bottle; Dry yeast (found in the baking section of the grocery store) Warm water

  4. Elephant toothpaste gets its name from the massive amounts of foam it produces. It looks like it could be from a giant tube of toothpaste! This reaction can happen in a few different ways, but today we are going to use yeast as a catalyst - a material to help a chemical reaction happen.

  5. The Elephant’s Toothpaste Reaction requires 3 things: Hydrogen Peroxide; A catalyst (often potassium Iodide or yeast) Soap; THE CHEMISTRY Hydrogen peroxide is basically water (H 2 O) with and extra oxygen (making it H 2 O 2) But don’t be fooled into thinking it is close to water. Concentrated hydrogen peroxide can result in a strong ...

  6. Elephant toothpaste. If an elephant used toothpaste, this is probably what it'd look like! Learn about chemical reactions by watching this heat-producing mixture bubble and overflow for up to half an hour. The experiment comes from pages of the Nat Geo Kids book T ry This! Extreme.

  7. Aug 29, 2022 · To make elephant toothpaste, mix 3 tablespoons of warm water with 1 tablespoon of yeast in a bowl. Next, add dish soap, food coloring, and 1/2 cup of hydrogen peroxide in a bottle and mix the ingredients thoroughly. Then, pour the yeast mixture through a funnel into your bottle.

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