In this picture you can see that an egg is being kept inside a jar filled with vinegar.
Pour 9 % of vinegar into a transparent glass and place the egg inside the glass. You will find that there is carbon dioxide formed immediately on the surface of the egg.
90 % of the shell of a birds egg is of Calcuim Carbonate and when the interaction takes place with the acid, the shell begins to disintegrate releasing CO2.
After 12 to 15 hours you can see that the calcuim carbonate from the surface of the egg gets disappeared and only a film between the surface and the egg remains intact.
Then Remove the egg from the glass of vinegar and rinse the egg under the running water.
When you campare both the eggs as shown in the image, the egg which was kept in vinegar gets slightly increased in its size.
There are no shells on this egg and you can play with this egg. The flim is very thin and and it can get torn if it is not handled properly.
The picture of a rubber egg.
Warning: Eating this Egg is Dangerous and Prohibited..!
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