Effect of Acids on teeth, bones and eggs
 Introduction:
How do acids affect different material? Acids are well known to be corrosive, but how do they react and what types of material will most likely be corroded by acids. Vinegar and Lemon juice are two weak and safe acids that you can use for your experiments.
 
 Material and instructions:
This experiment requires adult supervision. You will use acids such as vinegar and lemon juice and material such as egg, lime stone and bones for your experiments.
 Details of this project:
More details and support on this project are available for the members of ScienceProject.com web site. Since research on this subject has a long history, you might also be able to find good books in your local library or find some information on the Internet.
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A collection of seashells that students may use as display or for research is available at MiniScience.com online store. Since seashells are made of natural calcium carbonate, many students use it to test the effect of acids on it or use it as a substitution for bone or tooth for simplified experiments.
 
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