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my team an i did a class project on polyacrylate. we put three polyacrylate in each vile. we had 5 viles tottal. vile A: h20 Vile B: hydrogen peroxide Vile C salt H20 Vile D: sugar H20 nd Vile F: dirty H20. we found that the polyacrylate grew the biggest in the hydrogen peroxide. it also got pretty big in the sugar H20, dirty H20 and the reg. H20. it didnt grow very much in the salt water though? something that suprised me was that the polycrylate lost almost all thier color except for just a little pink in some. i understand that the water viles grew the biggest but i dont understand quite yet why the hydrogen peroxide made the polyacrylite grew the biggest.

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