How to Make a Folding Egg – Sick Science! #121
Mystery liquid revealed at http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/experiment/how-to-make-a-folding-egg
The Folding Egg activity is actually an extension of the classic Rubber Egg experiment with a really fun twist. Just imagine the look on your friends’ faces when you show them an egg and then proceed to fold it in half several times until it forms a small white ball! Wait… it gets better. Just bounce the “folded egg” between your hands and the egg reappears!
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Vinegar people. You know it dissolves calcium in the shell right?
The foldable part aka what's left of the egg is the egg membrane
Its gotta be vinegar
The mystery liquid can be any liquid which is acidic. You have used vinegar
The mi story liquid is vinegar because it has bubbles around the egg
It worked out great for me