What happens when vinegar and bleach are mixed?
Chlorine gas is not produced; it is only a legend !
Vinegar plus bleach does not create chlorine gas.
Please help to stop passing this myth around. Vinegar makes bleach better and more powerful and more useful.
If you mix Bleach and vinegar together than it creates a gas. If you breath that gas it can kill you.
Basalt is not dissolved in vinegar.
When water and bleach are mixed together, the bleach is diluted (concentration is lowered).
Be carefull: VERY toxic chlorine gas is released easily.
It turns green
Any reaction occur.
you get sweet and sour sauce.
it turns into a doughy substance , but don't add baking soda and vinegar
creates a toxic gas
When cornstarch is mixed with vinegar, it makes a cloudy solution. It cannot dissolve in the vinegar, so it creates a liquid that has cornstarch particles floating in it turning the liquid cloudy.
the chocolate goes to the bottem
Any reaction occur.
it starts to bubble
No. Try it sometime. Nothing happens when vinegar and sugar are mixed.
Bleach and baking soda can be mixed to be used to clean clothing and surfaces when required.
it makes chlorine gas dont look at these answers you can edit them
yaa just bleach and vinegar a bottle cap of bleach and a glass of vinegar
a poisonous gas is released that can cause death
Nothing will happen if baking soda mixed with vinegar gets on one's skin. Both ingredients, individually or combined, are harmless.
Dude it explodes! like a say a rocket
a crayons won't disintegrate both in vinegar or bleach
bad for your stomach. makes milk sour.
CH3COOH + NaHCO3 ----> CH3COONa + H2O + CO2
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the tempurature rises dramaticaly and it fizzez like hell.
it gets messy and fizzes and yes dont try it in doors
Yes because vinegar and bleach are both bases there for vinegar would act the same as bleach would on clothes, and i also know because I've done it before it works just fine
A leprechaun appears and grants you 3 wishes. Choose wisely! Actually, the bleach and lollipops as were used in the test have a chemical reaction and start to smoke.
It does that because of the chemicals just like if u mix bleach and peroxide together it reacts immediately too.
It fizzes; similar to what happens when you shake up a bottle of pop and open it!
it makes a chemical reaction and the liquid turns red and heats up
I don't know, but I wouldn't try this without adult supervision, unless you are an adult, because orange juice is very acidic because of the citrus level, and if mixed with the chemical, bleach the outcome might not be too good.
Yes, you can wash dishes with vinegar or bleach in the water, but bleach is the more common additive. 1T bleach per gallon of water should kill any bacteria present. Vinegar - especially apple cider vinegar - won't do the same job. White Vinegar also kills mold, germs & bacteria but for washing dishes most people use bleach. You can spritz a 5% vinegar (straight white vinegar from the bottle) on cutting boards or counter… Read More
Vinegar is a mild acid liquid that can easily dissolve sugar when it is mixed into it. The acetic acid in the vinegar helps break down the sugar as it is mixed into the vinegar.
vinegar actually,cleans a penny better than bleach,ur question is answered brittany!!.........lol
The bleach is burning, hurry and wash him under running water, then mix some apple cider vinegar , 1 cup to a gallon , and pour over and don't rinse. If no vinegar make strong tea, cool it and pour that on him. He will almost certainly try to bite. Be careful.
An Egg (inside) is mostly "Protein" Egg Shell is mostly "Calcium Carbonate". Proteins dissolve in Alkaline Chemicals like Bleach. Calcium Carbonate will dissolve in vinegar in about a week, it doesn't take very long. There will be red floating in the vinegar, it's the dissolved shell. But the egg itself remains undissolved, although the texture of the yoke is different.
nothing really happens i dont really no i havent tried it so yeah dont ask a stupid queation like that
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.
open the vinegar...pour just a bit out... take the vinegar to the water faucet....turn the water faucet on....add water into the vinegar container. Viola! you just mixed water and vinegar.
The hair color will process faster and lighter if it's mixed with bleach.
Salad oil will not dissolve at all if it is mixed with vinegar. After being mixed, the oil will rise and float on top of the vinegar.