That depends on what your question/hypothesis is.smarshall wrote:Will wind be a factor for the rocket?
The baking soda vinegar reaction is a chemical reaction that rapidly produces a gas everywhere the two reactants meet. Any left over unreacted materials in anything moving will affect movement. Ideally, you would want to balance the reactants so that there isn't an excess of either. After taking a highschool chemistry class, you should be able to figure out the proper ratio assuming all of the vinegar comes in contact with baking soda before it is expelled and no baking soda is expelled without reacting. Since you haven't had chemistry, and even if you did, there is no guarantee that all the materials will react or be expelled unreacted in the proper ratio, this is something that you should consider as a possible experimental question to answer.smarshall wrote:Will more baking soda than vinegar effect the height?
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