Homemade Geyser Tube – Sick Science #145


To find out why this happens click here http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/lab/experiments/homemade-geyser-tube

We’ve been performing the Mentos Soda Geyser here at Steve Spangler Science for years. We’ve launched so many geysers, in fact, that we created a tool to help streamline the process of creating the eruption. While the Geyser Tube is, hands-down, the best way to create a soda geyser that can be 30 feet tall, you might not be able to get your hands on one right away. So we’re going to teach you how to create a Homemade Geyser Tube with stuff you have at home.

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  1. the reaction taking place is actually not a chemical reaction. The surface area of mentos are very rough and has very tiny craters where carbondioxide can fit into, but not large enough for water molecules to go into.

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