The salt will dissolve in the vinegar, which is mostly water. However, a chemical reaction will also occur with the vinegar's acetic acid (CH3COOH) and the ions of sodium and chlorine from the salt, producing sodium acetate and a dilute solution of hydrochloric acid.
The mixture can be used to clean pennies and remove mild rust from items.
If you place a tarnished copper cent in vinegar, some of the tarnish will dissolve. However, if you then add salt, the hydrochloric acid formed will rapidly remove the tarnish from the coin, leaving bare metal. (Not recommended on valuable coins)
A diluted solution of vinegar is obtained with a layer of oil on the top.
The prepared mixture is homogeneous.
The vinegar dissolves the powder and its particles sink to the bottom of the mixture, leaving a cloudy look.
i think it makes a boom
The vinegar will disintegrate the egg shell and the salt will suck out all the water and shrivel the egg.
You create a solution of the salt in water.
nothing good can come from that.
what happens when you mix vinegar and baking soda
it blows up
salt and vinegar.
the salt will dissolve in the vinegar and the penny will get really clean well if it dirty
when you mix baking soda ,salt, and vinegar it shall fizz up and if you do it right it will over flow and maybe and explode if you get lucky. :0 :)
You get a physical change (the corn starch dissolves in the vinegar).
Any reaction occur.
You get a salt solution.
Vinegar with a bit of salt.
You will ruin the battery.