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Ok i did an experiment where i soaked a raw egg in water + vinegar for 3 days. The eggshell dissolved and the egg was nearly transparent after the 3 days. So if I were to continue this experiment by removing the egg from the water and covering it in syrup, ___I made my prediction already___. How could I explain my prediction using knowledge bout cells and their structure??

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  1. sasogeek
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    I'm sorry but i have no idea :(

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    you're welcome :)

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    Answer:My prediction is that the syrup will form another layer over the egg, because if it would do it for the water(24 hour process), the vinegar(48 hour process), and for just sitting(72 hour process), then it should get another layer for the syrup! P.S. I know this is super late but I still Had to tell you the right answer! :(

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