Will a vinegar and baking soda balloon go up like a helium balloon?

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Hello - the above prior is correct if you mean attaching vinegar and baking soda as a payload. If you mean just capturing the gas from the reaction, the above ends up correct anyway, as the gaseous product of the reaction is CO2 (carbon dioxide). CO2 is about 50% heavier than air (mostly Nitrogen), so a balloon filled with CO2 will still sink. more
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