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Fizz Rocket

SKU: LQ-6000 EAN / UPC: 9341570003864

$9.95

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Why do rockets fly ?
What is the gas produced when vinegar reacts with bi-carb soda.?
What else can you fly using these 2 kitchen products?

 

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Description

 

Fizz Rocket :

 

Liquify Fizz Rocket uses the awesome powers of science and everyday household ingredients to shoot into the air at incredible speeds! It’s so simple to use and would make a great gift for science kids and adults alike!

 

How does it work?

 

The chemical reaction of bi-carb and vinegar creates a catastrophic chemical concoction, and the resulting build-up of carbon monoxide existing in the base of the rocket causing a thermodynamic thrust, propelling the rocket up to five meters into the air! Yeah! Science, bitch!

 

The Liquify Fizz Rocket comes with the rocket body science kit, a launching stand, a specially designed 2-scoop cup to measure out the bi-carb soda and vinegar, and full instructions. Supervision is recommended for children under 14 and adults who act like children under 14.

 

Shoot for the Moon with a rocket you can launch with just two ingredients!

 

The Fizz Rocket is a bi-carb and vinegar powered rocket that you can shoot off into the air in an exciting and repeatable experiment.

 

Try varying the amount of fuel you add to your rocket to explore the role of fuel in how high your rocket can fly!

 

FEATURES:

 

Rocket fuelled by the reaction of bicarbonate soda & vinegar

 

Flies up to 5 meters when launched!

 

Reusable for hours and hours of rocket-launching fun!

 

Great for science kids and science geeks

 

SPECIFICATIONS:

 

Dimensions: (of rocket) 8.5 (H) x 5.5 (W) cm.

 

Inclusions:

1 x rocket

 

1 x double scoop

 

1 x rocket launching stand

 

Age: Adult supervision for children under 14 years. Not intended as a toy for young children. Choking hazard – small parts

 

Colour :

Rocket & spoon – orange

 

Rocket base – purple

 

Why do rockets fly?

 

What is the gas produced when vinegar reacts with bi-carb soda.

 

What else can you fly using these 2 kitchen products?

 

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