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Eggshell bubbling in acid

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Close-up of bubbles forming on an eggshell as it is placed in hydrochloric acid. The eggshell is largely composed of calcium carbonate, which reacts with the acid to form soluble calcium chloride, water and carbon dioxide gas, which bubbles off.

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  • Duration: 00:00:11.05
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