Candle and Carbondioxide – Science Experiments for School Kids

Candle and Carbondioxide - Science Experiments for School Kids

Can you blow out a candle without touching it or blowing at it? This experiment shows you just how simple it is to do it.

As always, these experiments must be done under adult supervision.
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This video describes the two predominant ways carbon dioxide is transported from the tissues where it is produced, to our lungs where it is breathed out. These two physiological processes include bicarbonate buffering and and transportation via carbaminohemoglobin molecules.

A video tutorial on the oxygen-haemaglobin dissociation curve can be found in this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=shP0qeEEtrk&feature=youtu.be
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