Five chemical reactions that can be done at home are an erupting volcano, melting a foam cup with acetone, pouring vinegar on rocks to test for calcium carbonate, destructing black ink and rusting steel wool. These littl... More » Home & Garden Cleaning Cleaning Products

Every chemical reaction involves a change. A chemical reaction occurs when one or more molecules combine with another to form a new chemical. Without that chemical change, the result cannot be called a reaction. More » Science Chemistry Atoms & Molecules

Burning a match is a chemical reaction because the reactant, primarily wood, is chemically altered into a different substance, ash. A chemical reaction or change involves one or more reactants having bonds broken or alte... More » Science Chemistry
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