A chemical experiment is a procedure designed to test a hypothesis as part of the scientific method. The two key variables in any experiment are the independent and dependent variables. The independent variable is controlled or changed to test its effects on the dependent variable. A chemical experiment of a middle school shows how a chemistry experiment looks when performed in a chemistry laboratory with the right glassware and equipment like a beaker, beaker tongs, bunsen burner, buret, clay triangle, the crucible, crucible tongs, test tubes, and others. The below image shows what happens when CO2 reacts with Soda Lime, heat and water are formed and pH changes. The latter causes the indicator contained in soda-lime to change color, indicating that the absorbent is near the point of exhaustion. Instead of creating chemical experiment diagrams from scratch, try EdrawMax’s ready-to-use templates or use them as inspiration for your own design.