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Goldfish and the 3 pH's

We should now understand that aquatic organisms need a fairly narrow range of hydrogen ion concentrations (pH) to thrive.  The following activity will allow you to make a prediction about the effect of different pH environments on fish, to gather data, and to arrive at some conclusion.  This process is the basis for the scientific method.  The data that will be collected and analyzed includes water pH and fish movements.

Pouring into a beaker

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