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Pour vinegar onto beach sand in the Carribian and the results is a lot of froth and bubbles. Pour vinegar onto beach sand from California and nothing happens. Wht?

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    Beach sand from the Caribbean is made of calcium remains of coral and shelled creatures. Vinegar is the acid and calcium is the base.

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