5. If you were to continue this experiment by removing the egg from the water and covering it in syrup, what do you think would happen. Expl

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5. If you were to continue this experiment by removing the egg from the water and covering it in syrup, what do you think would happen. Explain your prediction. (If you choose to test your prediction, be sure to allow at least 24 hours before making your observations. And, of course, handle the egg very carefully!)

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Raelynn 3 months 2022-02-21T20:28:32+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2022-02-21T20:29:48+00:00

    Answer:

    If I were to continue this experiment by removing the egg from the water and covering it in syrup I hypothesize that the syrup would also dissolve the shell and the syrup would begin to transport into the egg, but at a slower rate due to the consistency of syrup. Based on diffusion, it would transport through the shell which is the area of high concentration, to the inside of of the egg which is the area of much lower concentration. This would also cause the egg to grow bigger in circumference as it did in the experiment.

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    2022-02-21T20:29:50+00:00

    Answer:

    the egg would expand

    Explanation:

    You could infer that the egg would begin to absorb the syrup at a slower rate, but it would still steadily transport inside the egg. Once the syrup begins transporting inside the egg, the circumference or overall measure of the egg would increase too.

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