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I am presenting a project on the greenhouse effect for eighth grade students. I have planted plants in a closed system and am introducing carbon dioxide using vinegar and baking soda. I am trying to see how much of the carbon dioxide the plants will remove from the air. I know I can withdraw some air and mix in limewater to prove the presence of carbon dioxide but I do not know how to get an accurate measurement of the carbon dioxide levels. I have read other questions and responses on the same topic but cannot find a detailed answer.
Re: How do you measure accurately carbon dioxide levels in a closed container?
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