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Hauwai / Hydrogen How to make it
Hauwai / Hydrogen Ice cream container
Hauwai / Hydrogen Water in container
Hauwai / Hydrogen Boiling tube Sink the tube in the container
Hauwai / Hydrogen Stand the tube up while it is still full of water
Hauwai / Hydrogen Get another boiling tube
Hauwai / Hydrogen Put a small ribbon of Magnesium in it
Hauwai / Hydrogen Cover with laboratory strength Sulphuric/Sulfuric (Battery) Acid
Hauwai / Hydrogen Put in the bung and delivery hose
Hauwai / Hydrogen Wait while the gas bubbles push the water out of the first boiling tube
Hauwai / Hydrogen When the water is gone…
Hauwai / Hydrogen …Remove the bung and delivery hose …and the boiling tube with the reactants
Hauwai / Hydrogen Put a cork in and put the boiling tube of gas to one side so you can use it later
Hauwai / Hydrogen
This tube has Hydrogen gas in it and it is now ready to be tested. Hydrogen gas is lighter than air so leave the boiling tube stored upside down.##
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