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Answered 2011-03-08 06:15:48

solution, ........ but with a bit of particles in suspension,

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Answered 2020-08-04 02:29:45

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No.It is a solution. Baking soda dissolves in water and cannot settle (precipitate) out or be filtered out. Suspensions can settle or be filtered out.


It is a solution of carbon dioxide in water.


Baking soda is a compound (has more than one element) and is not a solution or an element. If baking soda was added to water or another liquid, you would have a solution.


Soda water is a solution of water and carbon dioxide gas.



sprinkle baking soda on them or try a water and baking soda solution


Baking soda (NaHCO3) is a salt with a low alcalinity in water solution.



A solution is a homogeneous mixture if one or more solutes completely dissolves in a solvent. Baking soda on it's own is not a solution, however it can be a solution in water.


it is a baseBaking soda (NaHCO3) is a salt with a low alcalinity in water solution.


Baking soda is a base, with a pH of about 8.5. Water is neutral, being neither acid nor base. Adding baking soda to water simply dissolved the baking soda, making a base water/baking soda solution. Relatively speaking, water is actually slightly acid compared to baking soda, so potentially a very small reaction could occur during the dilution process, and if there were such a reaction, the result would be the release of carbon dioxide from the baking soda solution.


No, it is a powder unless it is dissolved in water (in which case it would be a solution of baking soda).See the Related Questions for more information about baking soda.


It means you have a concentrated solution of baking soda.



A solution of salt and baking soda in water is obtained.


it does this by chemical reaction to the baking soda make a volcanoe and you will see how it works


Pure baking soda does not have a pH. pH is the negative logarithm of the concentration of hydrogen ions in an aqueous solution (a solution where water is the solvent). But if you have baking soda, or any alkaline substance, in a higher concentration (i.e. more dissolved in the same amount of water) the pH will be higher, if it is in a lower concentration, the pH will be lower.


Baking soda is a compound. Soda (pop) is a solution of several compounds in water.


Dissolve 1 g of baking soda in 100 mL distilled water.


A homogeneous solution is obtained.


Baking soda is sodium hydrogen carbonate - NaHCO3. Vinegar is a water solution of acetic acid - CH3COOH.


it is a solution because the CO2 is the solute and the liquid or water is the solvent.


no you will get a solution of sodium bicarbonate Actually, yes, it will form bubbles. Baking SODA won't for bubbles in water. Baking powder will because baking powder includes an acid salt as well as just baking soda...


Yes, baking soda dissolves in water.


Baking soda is not a purifying agent for water.



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