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What happens when vinegar is added to baking soda?

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What can happen if baking soda and vinegar mix?

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The water reacts to the baking soda, just like the baking soda and vinegar experiment, but way slower!

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.

Nothing, but if you mix vinegar with baking soda, it fizzes.

If you mix baking soda and vinegar, you get a reaction that produces carbon dioxide gas. Vinegar is acetic acid and baking soda is sodium bicarbonate in chemistry.

when you put vinegar and baking soda together what happens is it gets fizzy and it starts to rumble as if it was a thunder storm it blows up

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!)

The baking soda dissolves in the water

when the vinegar and baking soda meet, they bubble

This is an illogical question. Vinegar will react with baking soda with the evolution of carbon dioxide. But there is no role of mothballs in this reaction.

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baking soda and vinegar put the baking soda in first

You mix with vinegar and then snort.

When baking soda and vinegar combine, they expand.

The more vinegar to baking soda, the better. I only tested up to 1 part baking soda/5 parts vinegar. Also, add the baking soda to the vinegar, not the other way around.

When mothballs are mixed with vinegar, baking soda, and soda, the mothballs will "dance." The dancing affect comes from bubbles that form on the underside of the mothballs in the container.

what happens when you mix vinegar and baking soda

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.


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