Data collection for each station fill in the data

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Data Collection: For each station, fill in the data table for each task.
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Station 1: Eat a piece of bread. Write observations. Rip a piece of bread and taste. Write observations. Toast a piece of bread on low. Write observations. Continue to toast the bread on high. Write observations. When cooled, taste and note any other observations and comparisons. Station 2: Lick the ice cube and taste the water. Write observations. Melt the ice cube until it begins to boil and evaporate. Write observations. Station 3: Dissolve some salt into a cup of water. Taste the salt water. Make observations. Place a spoonful of baking soda into a cup of vinegar or lemon juice and observe the release of carbon dioxide gas. Do not taste. Write observations. Station 4: Eat a rectangle of chocolate, but don’t chew it. What happens when you eat the chocolate? Make observations. Place another piece of chocolate in a small pan and melt the chocolate. Let the chocolate cool and taste. Write observations. Proceed to heat the piece of chocolate until it is good and crusty. Let chocolate cool and taste. Write observations. Complete the table on your activity sheet. Modified from apps.caes.uga.edu/sbof/main/lessonPlan/ChemPhysChangesKitchen.pdf
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Name ________________________________________ CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL CHANGES IN YOUR KITCHEN ACTIVITY SHEET Fill in the following table.
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  • Spring '13
  • john
  • Oven, Toast, 2 cups

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