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Since the Global Experiment Day, schools form the whole UK have carried out the experiments and submitted their results.
Listen to the BBC interview, Science in Action:
"Water Acid Maps One of the findings from the IPSO report showed that a rising carbon dioxide level in the atmosphere is leading to increased acidity of the oceans, as it dissolves in water. Currently there is no global record of how acidic the water around the world actually is – more data is desperately needed. So in what is being billed as the world's largest chemistry experiment is aiming to find provide. Schools around the world are being asked to measure their local body of water, and plot the results on a global map. Pupils in London have been honing their skills, as Science in Action's Ania Lichtarowicz found out."
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