What happens when raisins are added to vinegar and baking soda?
the raisins have salt that can be well mixed in the vinegar and baking soda. there for the reaction of the chemical mixture will be even bigger because of the salt from the raisins.
When vinegar is added to baking powder, a type of fizzing occurs.
What can happen if baking soda and vinegar mix?
Adding more baking soda to vinegar will create a bigger explosion because of the added carbon dioxide.
in my class, we placed baking soda in a plastic cup and added vinegar to it (about 5ml) and it started bubbling (it was cool!)
Everybody knows that baking soda and vinegar make a reaction similar to a volcano
because the baking soda(Base) neutralizes the vinegar(Acid), it is just a neutralization and you will be left over with salt and water, you can even add sulfuric acid and baking soda together and you can drink it clean, it will be salt and water. the bubbling happens with limestone and acid, it is because they neutralize each other to a pH of 7 (salt and water)
When you add baking soda to vinegar the mixture fizzes as carbon dioxide is produced Suppose you added water to the vinegar before you mixed it with the baking soda what do you think will happen?
It will still fizz, but fizz less the more water is added to the vinegar (acid) solution. Vinegar is already a diluted solution of acetic acid, and is mostly water.
it explodes like a volcano because of the chemicals in dishwashing liquid dont mix with vinigar so it exspodes. By Jess.
The chemical formula for baking soda (Sodium Bicarbonate) is NaHCO3 The chemical formula for vinegar (acetic acid) is C2H4O2, or CH3COOH, which is an acetate ion plus a Hydrogen atom. When vinegar is added to baking soda, the baking soda dissociates into CO2, plus OH-, plus Na+. The Na+ replaces an H+ on on the vinegar, to form Sodium acetate. The H+ from the vinegar joins the free OH- from the baking soda, to form… Read More
Yes. Both Sodium Carbonate and Sodium Bicarbonate (baking soda) bubble when vinegar is added to them.
it is cemical reaction
The chemical property of baking soda is that CO2 is released when an acidic solution is added. Ex: Iodine, Vinegar
the vinegar,which is a weak acid,reacts with the carbonate in the baking soda,thereby producing carbon dioxide,which is a gas,thereby inflating your ballon.
The baking soda dissolves in the water
Sugar will not fizz in vinegar on the other hand if baking soda is added fizzing / gassing/ and bubbling will occur ( which is a evidence of a chemical change ) Sugar will not fizz in vinegar on the other hand if baking soda is added fizzing / gassing/ and bubbling will occur ( which is a evidence of a chemical change )
If you add more baking soda to a vinegar (acetic acid) and baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) mix there will only be a further reaction if there is more acetic acid available to react with the baking soda. If the acid was used up by the first amount of baking soda no further reaction can occur.
What will happen if someone mixxes red cabbage in a blender and then added some water and baking soda and vinegar?
You will get a frothy red mess. The baking soda and vinegar will combine to produce carbon dioxide as the acid in the vinegar combines with the base in the baking soda. The red cabbage will will make it colorful, and the water will slow the reaction. On the other hand, red cabbage and vinegar will make a nice pickled cabbage.
They form a homogeneous mixture.
Vinegar effects the boiling point of water. The more vinegar that is added to water, the higher its boiling point. Will be.
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It would depend on what you added it to.
Experiment for Science Fair 1 jar contains vinegar and water and 1 jar contains baking soda and vinegar. How much water should be added to vinegar for creating the greenhouse effect?
About a teaspoon.
Baking soda and vinegar react to form carbon dioxide gas. The carbon dioxide gas is collected, and because it is heavier than air, it will smother a flame as the gas is poured onto it.
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It will surely coagulate giving a stinky smell.
Caustic soda is sodium hydroxide (NaOH), which is a strong base. Vinegar, a weak acid, is dilute acetic acid (CH3COOH). When combined, they undergo a neutralization reaction producing water and the salt sodium acetate (NaCH3COO). The balanced chemical equation is written below. NaOH(aq) + CH3COOH(aq) --> H2O(l) + NaCH3COO(aq)
Baking Soda is used to neutralize the acidity of the tomatoes in spaghetti sauce. If there was too much baking soda added, you might be able to add a little vinegar or even better a red wine vinegar to raise the acidity of the sauce or add more tomato sauce.
No. It simply dissolves. If added to an acidic solution such as vinegar it will release carbon dioxide.
vinegar is added to the beaker of baking soda and water. if the reaction is exothermic, what will happen?
I did this science practical at school i added half a teaspoon of sodium carbonate to 20 ml of vinegar. It fizzed up then after about ten seconds went down.
I think the colour changes to darkish brown
It will turn cleaner than befor
it will dissolve into vinegar and gine out the bubbles of CO2
The reaction is: Na2CO3 + 2CH3COOH = 2CH3COONa + CO2 + H2O
Vinegar and baking soda are different in nature. Vinegar is acidic in nature (which means that when added to water, it gives out H+/Hydrogen ion) and Baking soda is basic in nature (which means that when added to water, it gives out OH-/Hydroxide ion). When these two chemically combine (or are even mixed together through common physical means) they form salt and water and many bubbles. This reaction is called neutralization reaction. Here is a… Read More
Generally, feminine douches are made from water and vinegar, water and iodine, or water and baking soda, Sometimes a fragrance is added as well.
i conducted and experiment on what happens to the boiling point of water when vinegar is added to it, my hypothesis was that the higher the concentrations of vinegar in the mixture, the higher the boiling point. The true fact is that this was proved wrong as the boiling point of the mixtures decreased as the concentration of vinegar came higher.
vinegar, lemon juice....... basically anything acidic. baking soda takes the acidity out of things so anything thats acidic will create a reaction.
Yes, but some sort of acid such as lemon juice or vinegar must be added to make the regular milk sour. That acid combines with baking soda to leaven the baked product.
No, but it depends on what kind of bubbles you are trying to make. Soap bubbles aren't made out of water and baking soda. You can add baking soda to vinegar and create bubbles, as you've seen in fake volcanoes.
They cancel each other out, making a neutral liquid (e.g. water). The chemical reaction often makes the 2 liquids fizz. Try adding some baking soda and vinegar together and you will see a basic acid alkali reaction
er... i heard that it explodes, but i really am not sure
In a science experiment in biology class when students poured vinegar in a glass and then added baking soda it had a chemical reaction
Vinegar is sometimes added to a cake along with baking soda. When the two are mixed together they release gas which causes the cake to rise. If you don't add the vinegar that a cake recipe calls for, your cake won't rise. just letting u kno,,, if u are actually answering these gay questions, u r such a nerd!!! get a life!!
Baking powder and baking soda are not directly interchangeable. If baking powder is used, one should reduce the amount of salt in the recipe, as well as reduce or eliminate any added acidic ingredient such as vinegar or lemon juice; replace buttermilk with regular milk.
It is an ancient italian way (1300)) to cook wild meat, it is a sauce made by a mix of raisins chocolate, candied fruit, sugar and vinegar added to mix of vegetables, wine, and olive oil.
Bouillon, butter, cinnamon, cloves, raisins, rice and sugar are the traditional ingredients in Albania's rice and raisin dessert. Specifically, rice is sautÃ©ed slightly in butter to which sugar previously has been added. Bouillon from lamb or mutton dishes is boiled previously and separately. The boiled bouillon and raisins are added to the butter, rice and sugar. The entire mixture is allowed to simmer for ten (10) minutes. Sugar is added before the entire mixture is… Read More
If there is no other leavening then it will not rise. If it doesn't rise then it will be hard and crusty.