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  • - Hi, I'm Sarah.

  • - I'm Inga.

  • - And we're not scientists.

  • - We are definitely not scientists.

  • - But we look like them today,

  • because we are going to be trying kids science experiments

  • as adults, yes.

  • Did you do a lot of science experiments as a kid?

  • - I am not familiar with the language of science.

  • I took chemistry once and I failed it.

  • I like actually failed it.

  • - I actually hated chemistry as well.

  • Oh, no, and this is kind of like chemistry.

  • - This is exactly what my nightmares

  • are made of. - Oh, no.

  • (screaming)

  • Anyway, Inga's here, I'm challenging her.

  • We're gonna see who can do the science experiment correctly.

  • And then, if all else fails, we're bringing in an expert.

  • Okay?

  • - [Woman] So, I consulted with someone via email,

  • who gave us the ingredients we'd need to build a volcano

  • without instructions.

  • - You're gonna need dish soap, white vinegar, food coloring,

  • baking soda, cold water, room temperature water,

  • an empty soda bottle, and, of course, a homemade volcano.

  • - But this is a competition, and we can't see each other,

  • so we're gonna need to--

  • - Block us off.

  • - Yeah, can we get a separation, please?

  • - This is a competition to fail less miserably.

  • That's the real competition that's happening.

  • - So this is in place?

  • All that I know is that the explosion happens at the end,

  • so there must be one ingredient that causes the explosion.

  • - Okay, and we only get one shot!

  • And I can't look at my phone.

  • - Don't look at your phone.

  • Inga, are you ready?

  • - No, but--

  • - Let's go.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - I don't really know why we have so many measuring tools.

  • Why does it matter if I don't actually know

  • how much I'm gonna measure in?

  • Aw, should I keep this for aesthetic purposes?

  • Why are there two different types of water?

  • - I feel confident that the water is not what's gonna

  • make the explosion, so I'm gonna put the water

  • in the bottle first.

  • - 'Cause I cook a lot, right?

  • So I know that for cleaning,

  • you combine these two ingredients.

  • So I know there's like some reaction going on here.

  • - I just heard her say you combine two ingredients,

  • I don't know which ones they are.

  • - So, I'm gonna add this in.

  • I don't know how much.

  • I hope this doesn't like actually explode.

  • Now what?

  • The water temperature has to matter.

  • Oh, no!

  • I don't think this is right.

  • - We're making a volcano,

  • so I think I got to put red in there.

  • - Oh, wow, that's a lot of water.

  • Is that too much water?

  • How much water are we supposed to add?

  • But this is gonna be my last thing.

  • Should I test it out?

  • - You're gonna do a mini one before this?

  • - And here, again, I don't know how much.

  • - I'm gonna add baking soda.

  • - How much do I need?

  • Is that gonna do anything?

  • Yo!

  • - What? - Nothing!

  • - Inga, did you just do it?

  • - Nothing happened, but I think I know

  • what (mumbles) to get it up! - Oh!

  • - All right, so this is gonna go in here.

  • - I feel like Inga's ahead of me now,

  • and I don't know how to deal with it.

  • It's the only thing I haven't added.

  • Kinda freeballing.

  • - I'm not even measuring.

  • - I just don't know what else to do.

  • We're doing it!

  • - One, two, okay, go!

  • - Oh, okay.

  • Okay, you can't see, but look.

  • It's--

  • It's fizzing.

  • It's orange.

  • Maybe it's like a soda bottle, and you need to kind of...

  • There we go, look at that!

  • Now it's looking good, just need to--

  • - It's so... - Oh!

  • - Pretty! - I just lost!

  • Oh, okay, all right, we can take this divider away.

  • - Was this supposed to shoot up?

  • I don't know what it's supposed to look like.

  • - Well, yours is doing way better than mine.

  • You think your cooking expertise helped you

  • figure this one out? - I think it helped a little,

  • 'cause I knew that these two together.

  • I was saying that like sometimes I use this mixture

  • to scrub pots and pans.

  • And I know I get like some frothiness.

  • And I also know dish soap gives you bubbles,

  • so I just combined it.

  • I didn't know how much, though!

  • I just literally--

  • - What was the last thing you added?

  • - Vinegar!

  • - Okay, I did that, too, it didn't work out for me.

  • I must have had my measurements wrong.

  • - I think it could be better still, right?

  • - It could be a little better.

  • Let's clean this up, and let's bring in the expert,

  • all right? - I'm excited.

  • - Okay, high five.

  • - Yay!

  • - So, obviously, we couldn't really do this.

  • So, we're bringing in a science expert.

  • - A true professional.

  • - Hi.

  • - Hi.

  • - [Inga] Did you make this?

  • - [Marisol] Mhm.

  • - [Sarah] I'm sorry, how old are you?

  • - I'm nine, almost 10.

  • - I thought we were having a science expert.

  • - I am the science expert.

  • I've done so many volcanoes.

  • - [Sarah] Oh.

  • - Wait, how many?

  • - 23.

  • - That's more than the one I've made.

  • - This is my homemade volcano.

  • I actually painted it a couple days ago.

  • - This looks incredible.

  • - This is made of styrofoam,

  • but you can also use paper mache, dirt.

  • Just don't use paper, that's--

  • Just don't.

  • - Yeah, of course, we would never.

  • That would look lame.

  • Marisol, what's a volcano?

  • - A volcano is a cone-shaped mountain with a vent

  • that connects to the molten rock layer below the Earth.

  • When a volcano erupts, the molten rock is driven up by gas.

  • - Oh, okay, that makes sense.

  • So, that's basically what we're creating here.

  • - But this is different than an actual volcano,

  • you know that, right?

  • - Yeah, I know that.

  • Of course.

  • I'm an adult.

  • - [Inga] I've never been this excited!

  • - Let's get started?

  • - Yeah.

  • First, combine the water, white vinegar, dish soap,

  • and food coloring into an empty soda bottle.

  • I'm gonna measure out 400 milliliters of white vinegar.

  • - It's the adult thing I can do.

  • - Probably the only one you can do.

  • - [Sarah] Sounds like pee.

  • - Now that smells horrible.

  • Now, we're going to measure 100 milliliters of cold water,

  • and you need to add dish soap.

  • You need 10 milliliters of dish soap.

  • - Mmmmmm.

  • I mean, I don't eat dish soap, I don't know why I said--

  • - I hope not.

  • Now, add your food coloring.

  • Boop.

  • In a separate cup, to make baking soda slurry,

  • combine water and baking soda.

  • - [Sarah] Baking soda slurry. - Slurry.

  • - [Sarah] Did you make yours into a slurry?

  • - Did I make mine into a slurry?

  • Was that a slurry?

  • - Well...

  • - You need 50 milliliters of water.

  • It's going to be the room temperature water.

  • And then you add the baking soda.

  • 50 milliliters.

  • - Does it react yet?

  • No.

  • - No.

  • Now we mix it around to make sure it's a slurry.

  • It's like paste.

  • - Mmmm, yummy paste.

  • - Can you explain the chemical reaction to me?

  • Like what's going on?

  • - Baking soda and vinegar create a gas

  • called carbon dioxide, and when mixed it foams and explodes.

  • - And explodes. - And explodes.

  • - That makes sense.

  • - Now it's almost time to do the experiment, but first,

  • we need to set up the volcano.

  • - Oh, I don't know why we didn't think of this.

  • - [Marisol] Don't wanna be messy.

  • - Yeah, of course.

  • Of course you don't wanna be messy.

  • I feel like I should put some dinosaurs out.

  • This is cute, huh?

  • Okay. - Sure.

  • I'm gonna make this slurry a bit more fun.

  • I'm gonna add some food coloring.

  • This is a very important step,

  • because you want the slurry to be very mixed.

  • Isn't that a nice color?

  • - It is, I like it, it's very pretty.

  • - Finally, pour the baking soda slurry into the soda bottle,

  • and step back quickly.

  • (laughs)

  • - [Sarah] It actually worked!

  • - Yeah.

  • It worked 23 other times that I did it.

  • - Okay, all right. - Okay, okay.

  • Well, I'm so sad I couldn't get it to do that

  • when I tried it.

  • Now we can do it, and you can do it at home.

  • - You can't do it.

  • - [Sarah] You don't think I can do it?

  • What about Inga, can she do it?

  • - Sure.

  • - Thank you.

  • - You were right, you had to jump back.

  • That's pretty fun.

  • We'll see you next time when we try

  • another kids science experiment,

  • and I guess get shown up by a kid.

  • How old are you again?

  • - Nine, turning 10.

  • - Nine, oh my.

  • - And already so wise.

  • What are we doing?

  • What are we doing? - [Sarah] All ready so wise.

  • Bye.

  • (upbeat music)

- Hi, I'm Sarah.

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