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Hii! So for my IA i was thinking of doing the effect of temperature on the rate of reaction between vinegar and baking soda (this question is subject to change, if u have any better ideas or ways I can improve this topic let me know).

I was just a little confused about what exactly my procedure would be for this topic so if anybody has any ideas or can help me pls let me know ASAP!! i have to tell my teacher in a couple dayss. 

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2 hours ago, sxbkhx said:

Hii! So for my IA i was thinking of doing the effect of temperature on the rate of reaction between vinegar and baking soda (this question is subject to change, if u have any better ideas or ways I can improve this topic let me know).

I was just a little confused about what exactly my procedure would be for this topic so if anybody has any ideas or can help me pls let me know ASAP!! i have to tell my teacher in a couple dayss. 

This RQ is already done by my classmates already on november 2018 batch. So, i think you should start thinking of a new RQ.  You can think about rate of electroplating/galvanising of different metals. But this is just my opinion you can think about other ideas to like finding the calcium content using EDTA titration and others too.

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It's fine if you do a topic someone else has done, but I just think this reaction is too fast to make any significant quantitative conclusions. A safe option is to search online for an existing procedure then look to modify it to some extent to show personal engagement (which is only 10% of IA). In general, temperature dependence are modeled by the Arrhenius equation.

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