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Baking Soda (sodium bicarbonate)

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Baking soda (or sodium bicarbonate, or sodium hydrogen carbonate) is a chemical compound, its formula is NaHCO3. It is a white crystalline that appears to look like a fine powder. In baking, baking soda reacts with acids such as buttermilk or yogurt to produce carbon dioxide, forcing dough to rise. Other uses for baking soda include teeth whitening, body exfoliants, treating insect bites and cleaning tough stains. It is also used in some fire extinguishers as the carbon dioxide given off helps to suffocate fires.
It depends on how you eat it.   If you eat pure baking soda, you will be very unhappy--it tastes  really bad--but it won't hurt you because you couldn't eat enough  of it to throw your body's pH off. It will react with your  stomach's acid to neutralize it, which is why people take it for ...
NO! How would you get to it and what would baking soda do to keep it from freezing? There is nothing in the radio that will be affected by being frozen.
Good heavens, no!!! You MIGHT use it as a flush, but I would use a commercial product for that.
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Yes, and very helpful too. If you put it on your teeth , mixing it with toothpaste , it is a great way to whiten and remove stains from your teeth!
K2HPO4 + NaHCO3 --> K2NaPO4 + H2O + CO2   is the balanced equation for the reaction of dipotassium hydrogen  phosphate and sodium bicarbonate. (All numbers should be  subscripts).   Dipotassium phosphate does not exist. Tripotassium phosphate, K3PO4  does, but it's not acidic and...
It depends. If you want it to to have a huge explosion put a lot in, but if you don't put a little.i wouldn't put a lot it will explode all over you.
The vinegar is an opposite to baking soda therefore making it  bubble up
Vinegar is acetic acid: CH3COOH Baking soda is sodium bicarbonate: NaHCO3 Mixing the two is simply and acid base reaction. CH3COOH + NaHCO3 ---> CH3COONa + H2CO3 That last product is carbonic acid which quickly decomposes into carbon dioxide and water: H2CO3 ---> H2O + CO2
Baking powder. Cornbread is heavy enough that it has to have something to make it rise. I don't think egg whites are going to be enough. Just for fun, I will try and make a batch tomorrow and will get back to you with the results. Didn't wait till tomorrow. Just took a batch out of the oven....
no a salt does notno a base does notyes, a acid does
  it will start heating and sexy mixture formed
The colour of sodium bicarbonate changes to blue. not too dark, not too light. it is more like a mix of blue and teal.
No. Baking soda is sodium bicarbonate. Sodium hydroxide is caustic soda, also known as lye.
i think they would taste good without baking powder ans baking soda
The chemical reaction for the decomposition of sodium bicarbonate  is   sodium hydrogen carbonate gives sodium carbonate plus water plus  carbon dioxide.   2NaHCO3 = Na2CO3 + H2O + CO2   Remember that all the numbers except the initial 2 must be  subscripts.
Yes, if a baking soda has been used frequently and regularly means,  then it will definitely causes harm to the tooth enamel.
Yes, the sodium bicarbonate and baking soda both are same.
  Well the only materials you need is a balloon, baking soda, and vinegar then mix it in the balloon. Then it inflates. So actually you know what materials you need. :) Have fun!
When you boil vinegar and baking soda together, it will start to  evaporate. The heat at 100 degrees Celsius (212 degrees Fahrenheit)  will start to evaporate nine tenths (90 percent) of the vinegar and  baking soda mixture and it will form some sort of crystal called  sodium acetate. If you...
Baking soda is sodium hydrogen carbonate. Vinegar is ethanoic acid. The two react to form water and sodium acetate, releasing carbon dioxide in the process.
if you are an amateur chemist and don't have ph meter and other  equipment ..then simply add sodium bicarbonate to the DCA until the  fizz or the bubbling of co2 stops and the bicarbonate dissolves  without effervescence thats it ! you have successfully neutralized  and buffered the DCA ..dilute...
vinegar and baking soda, when combined, make carbon dioxideWhen you combine the two, it kind of looks like a can of pop that's been shaken and then opened
I've read that it is safe to put under the wood shavingS to reduce Odor but I wouldn't suggest feeding it to ur piggy
Because baking soda soothes indigestion by neutralizingstomach acids, it's rumored to help your body break down fat. Inreality, it has no direct effect on body fat -- and doesn't negatethe calories from fats you consume. You lose weight when youcreate an energy deficit or eat fewer calories than...
14.0 is the pH value of combination of black coffee and baking  soda.
Make a paste with bleach cleanser and cover it with a wet paper towel [not sopping wet , but more than damp ] and place it over the cleanser. Let it sit for a couple hours and try to scrub it with a gentle scruiffy sponge.
It makes it rise. Baking soda is a leavening agent that releases carbon dioxide bubbles into the batter, making pancakes light and fluffy.
You are getting a well rounded education. Knowing about acids and bases could be good to know in your working career someday. Plus, those science labs are fun. You get to be out of the box and discovering on your own.
Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) and Acetic acid (about 5% of vinegar) recombine to produce carbon dioxide, water, and sodium ethanoate. The most apparent change is the release of large volumes of carbon dioxide gas. In cooking this effect (with a variety of acids) is why baking soda is used: it...
In the field of agriculture, baking soda has been used to control  powdery mildew and other fungal disease of plants.
Vinegar is acetic acid (HC2H3O2). Baking soda is sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3). When you mix them you produce carbonic acid (H2CO3), which is not a stable species and dissociates into H2O and CO2. So basically its the bicarbonate ion falling apart under acid attack.
Baking soda (and all soluble solids) disolve faster in hot water because the heat makes the water molecules move faster. Therefore, they can break up the baking soda into individual ions faster: when a sodium or hydrogen atom is an the edge of a clump of baking soda, the oxygens of water molecules...
bicarbonate soda is another name for baking soda
because the yeast only eats sugar, and the yeast makes the alcahol in brewing
Clean your forearm and then rinse it. Get a pinch of baking soda and place it on the bare skin. Wait a few minutes, then shake off as much as you can. If it starts bcoming red or itchy, then you are allergic to it.
Baking soda actually raises the total alkalinity of your pool. This does also increase your pH, but should only be used if your test kit shows low alkalinity. Otherwise you'll raise both pH and alkalinity and then have to use alkalinity down. Borax will raise PH and not alkalinity, but it raises it...
Well, from what I've heard it only makes them rise. I think you could leave it it out but they might be flat. XX
It depends what grade you're in really. If you're in 8th grade and are still doing projects like that, I'd be upset if I was the teacher. You've learned more and should be better at science/chemistry. You shouldn't be doing something you learned in 2nd grade, unless you are in elementary school.
if it gets into their system then it will still build pressure and mess up their system.
It's both a weak base and an (even weaker) acid. base (proton acceptor) HCO3− + H2O <--> H2CO3 + OH− with pKb = 6.3 acid (proton donor) HCO3− + H2O <--> CO32− + H3O+ with pKa = 10.3 It is used to neutralize acids in the stomach as an antacid.
Because it generates carbon dioxide gas.
I haven't tried that yet but I have tried an olive oil soap with tea tree and lavender in it called RESTORZ handmade soap and it worked very well. I figure I'm gonna wash my face after all why not use something that addresses both issues at once.
Just sodium bicarbonate.
Baking Soda dissolves in water because "like dissolves like" - both are polar molecules and thus the baking soda dissloves in it.
Yes you can. You first but the vinegar into a transparent bottle  and put baking powder inside the balloon. But the balloon where the  cap is supposed to be and the balloon will inflate
Liters are a liquid measure. Tablespoons of baking soda is a dry measure. So the question makes no sense.   No, actually, liters are a measurement of volume. A liter is NOT specific to either liquid or solid substances. For that matter, neither is a tablespoon. It is just as valid to have a...
A neutralization reaction. Because vinegar is acetic acid, and baking soda is a base, and they neutralize each other.
No, baking soda and yeast are for two entirely different types of baked goods. The other ingredients are based on using one or the other.
I predict that the baking soda will react with the vinegar violently and will produce a foaming effect and will emerge from the volcano rapidly
Like most things, yes it does get 'old'. The best time to use it from when it's opened, is 10 months. After that, probably best to dispose of it. It's the same with yeast. As yeast is a living organism, it will deteriorate. Hope this helps :)
Baking soda is sodium bicarbonate.
In or snow or ice it does
the toxic gas in the baking soda makes bubbles with the vinegar mixed in it makes a chemical reaction and then makes a new product.
It might sting a bit or not. It will not hurt anything. Wash it out and bandage the cut.
The pH of Baking Soda is 8.5 which is a alkali. The pH of vinegar is 3 which is a acid.The pH of pure water is 7 which is neutral.
Self raising flour has baking powder in it.
raises up the cookies, I think
Baking soda is alkaline, and when mixed with acidic ingredients, it reacts and releases bubbles of carbon dioxide. These bubbles, when trapped inside batter, help baked goods rise.Other uses:* Baking soda is used in devil's food cake because it turns the cocoa powder reddish brown.* Vegetables...
I'm not sure what it will accomplish but it shouldn't hurt anything. While baking soda is a very mild abrasive, it doesn't really cut grease or oil so I don't think it will remove too much oil from your hair and make it brittle.
Try hydrogen peroxide. It has other benefits beyond whitening, so it could be a good choice. http://www.skrewtips.com/2008/05/19/rinse-with-hydrogen-peroxide-for-white-teeth-and-healthy-mouth/
It won't make you sick, but it will make the food taste funny.
the way it was taught to me: the combination of vinegar and baking soda creates a solution whose boiling point is lower than that of the air.
Sodium Acetate, Carbon Dioxide, and a bit of water.
For a bread/cake already baked, dip it in vinegar.
when you mix baking soda ,salt, and vinegar it shall fizz up and if you do it right it will over flow and maybe and explode if you get lucky. :0 :)
One teaspoon weighs approximately 4.8g (from the baking soda packet which gives the serving size as 1/8 teaspoon, or 0.6g)
No, baking soda has no effect on a drug screen.
Any recipe with baking powder. You could make Angel Food cake ones.
Step 1Set the water bottle on the cardboard square and pour 1/4 cup baking soda into the bottle.Step 2Use the clay to create a volcano-shaped mound around the water bottle. Keep the structure on the cardboard square, and be sure to leave a hole at the top around the mouth of the water bottle.Step...
Because a solution is similar to a homogeneous mixture which means that it is so evenly mixed that you cant see the different parts