In this elementary science activity you will watch the raisins moving up and down in a glass like they are dancing. Make a guess how long the raisins will dance for you in the glass. After the dance is over you can drink the pop and eat the raisins.
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Soft drinks have carbon dioxide that gives the fizz to soda pop. The carbon dioxide forms bubbles when the cap is released. The carbon dioxide bubbles attach to the raisins making them buoyant. The bubbles break at the surface of the soda pop allowing the gas to escape and the raisins to fall back to the bottom of the glass.
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