Baking soda is actually a chemical compound ...while heterogeneous and homogeneous can only be mixtures chemical formula is NaHCO3.
Whether or not soda is considered heterogeneous depends on the type of soda being used. Drinking soda is considered heterogeneous, while baking soda is considered homogeneous.
Baking soda is not a mixture, but a chemical compound - NaHCO3.
its a heterogeneous mixtures
Neither since baking soda and vinegar is a chemical reaction. Homogenous and heterogeneous are referring to mixtures and do not go through a chemical reaction.
It is homogeneous
Soda is a heterogeneous solution.
baking soda carbinates the soda
Baking soda and eating soda are not the same. Baking soda is an ingredient that is found in baking recipes.
Baking soda is a solid.
Common baking powder is a mixture of cream of tartar and bicarbonate of soda, which would make it heterogenous.
whats in baking soda whats in baking soda
add water so they dissolve
Soda baking powder is bicarbonate of soda and baking powder is baking powder
If you mean baking soda for baking powder, or vice versa, then no, they act differently.
An alternative is baking powder. Baking powder contains baking soda.
baking soda and vinegar
No. Baking powder is used to make floury things rise. Baking soda is used to add soda bubbles. But Baking Soda and Bicarbonate of Soda are the same thing.
Cooking powder is more acidic than baking soda. They are not interchangeable.
It is a heterogeneous mixture.
There is no substitute for baking soda.
No, baking soda does not have gluten.
No, baking soda is basic.