I thought it would be interesting to find something in Access Science I could do at home.
I found one using eggs, however of the three experiments only one was something I thought I could do… I could cook an egg in alcohol (rubbing), which is why it is not edible or get an egg to bounce using vinegar or turn the whites of an egg green. (I had thought it might be the yolk to turn green ala “Green Eggs and Ham”, but no.} Red cabbage is used for that experiment.
The experiment As I did not have any red cabbage or rubbing alcohol, I went with the bouncing egg. I did have vinegar and eggs and a glass. It will take 24 hours for the shell to become soft enough. Here goes. I had to improvise as I do not have a clear glass, so went with a small bowl. I still think it should be fine. The egg bubbled just like the video said. Now I have to wait and see if I get a bounce.
Reference AccessScience, s.v. "Egg-cellently Weird Science Experiments," “This video walks you through the chemistry behind protein denaturing, making an egg bounce, and creating your own green eggs (minus the ham).” Access Science.