What happens when you put vinegar in baking soda?
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
The baking soda reacts with the vinegar releasing carbon dioxide
it bubles and it explodes
the pH of vinegar and baking soda put together
baking soda and vinegar put the baking soda in first
the vinegar and baking soda have a sperm cell....that would able to put out the fire
They exploded and eat u
No, put baking soda and vinegar on it.
you have to stay inside. get a soda bottle. put vinegar in. put baking soda in. before you put the baking soda in tape a camera to it. :)
because of the acid in the baking soda
Talc sinks. Baking soda effervesces. Please be more specific.
1. take a bottle and put vinegar in it 2. PUT BAKING SODA IN A BALLOON 3 PUT THE BALLOON ON THE BOTTLE 4 THEN YOUR DONE
The addition of vinegar (and mild acid) to baking soda (a base or alkali) causes a somewhat violent chemical reaction producing carbon dioxide suddenly.
first you put the baking soda in the model then you put in the vinigar and watch it explode into a million peices
Baking soda, never use water or vinegar or sugar, water and vinegar will cause the fire to splatter grease on you. Sugar will just make it burn more. The baking soda will smother it and put it out
Because people put in baking soda, vinegar and red food coloring in the volcano. The baking soda and vinegar makes it explode
put vinegar and baking soda into a bottle, then put the cork in quickly, and the cork will go flying out along with a lot of fizz and bubbles
You put baking soda on a spoon then put it in your mouth and add vinegar. Then you're supposed to swallow the baking soda and vinegar. Go look it up on YouTube. However, there could be health risks. Caution must be taken to avoid rupturing the stomach. Allowing vinegar to contact the teeth can contribute to tooth decay.
Splat. Enough of it gives you an orange cieling in your parents kitchen.
First you put 1 tablespoon of baking soda in paper towel or plastic wrap, wrap tightly, then you put about 5 cups of vinegar or more, and then you let the baking soda float on top, shake, throw and enjoy explosion.
It fizzes over. It fizzes over because an acid-based neutralization is occuring. Baking power acts like a base, and vinegar acts like an acid. Vinegar donates and acid to the baking powder. The fizzing you see is the result.
it doesn't really matter how much just put in the baking soda (as much as you want) then add the vinegar until it explodes, or boils over
I'm thinking that if you try to put more baking soda (twice the baking soda or try the same with vinegar).
It bubbles up, like baking soda and vinegar
I personally wouldn't do that. I would put baking soda or bennadril on it. I was told: For bee stings put baking soda on the sting site. Bee stings are acid and baking soda neutralizes acid. For wasp stings put vinegar on the sting site because wasp stings are alkaline and acid neutralizes alkaline.
get a zip-lock bag and get some vinegar and baking soda and 50 to 100 BB and put them in bag (the more the better) put vinegar in or baking soda (if you preferring either put baking soda in toilet paper or napkin or soak it in vinegar then put it in the bag zip it up fast then shake and throw at enemy then it sould go boom and you rush in Hope it… Read More
when you put them together it will react .
you have to put baking soda and vinegar in a bottle to create a gs
Baking Soda is most likely the answer to this question.
Vinegar and baking soda mixed together
Yes, baking soda and vinegar do react. I am homeschooled in 5th grade and I take a science class. If u put water in there with the vinegar and baking soda it will explode to at least 3in high. -------------- The chemical reaction is the following: NaHCO3 + CH3COOH → CH3COONa + H2O + CO2(g)
use one cup vinegar and 1/2 cup baking soda, put the baking soda in water till just mixed, pour down drain then add vinegar
The amont of vinega r you are supposed to use when you are doing this project is 1/4 cups of vinegar. You also put 2 tablespoons of baking soda. Then you mix it up and add the baking soda into the ballon into the funnel.
it makes the soda very bubbly
Yes, as long as it isn't a really bad clog. Put the baking soda down the drain first, then the vinegar. If you can plug the drain that will make it work better.
Here are the steps: Put some vinegar into a plastic bottle. Put some baking soda into the not-yet-inflated balloon. Making sure to not tip the baking soda into the bottle, stretch the lip of the balloon over the opening of the plastic bottle. Quickly flip the balloon upside down and shake the baking soda into the bottle. Stand back and watch!
It burns out because it is liquid-like.
you can tell when you put a bit of vinegar on it.
Baking soda and vinegar react to create carbon dioxide, which can't burn. The candle needs oxygen in order to burn, but is surrounded by carbon dioxide and cannot burn.
The ratio of baking soda depends on how much vinegar or soda you put like 5:3 whick means 5 part vingar and 3 part soda
i think that when you put an egg shell in soda vinegar and food coloring it turns see through i think that when you put an egg shell in soda vinegar and food coloring it turns see through
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mix vinegar, baking soda, and put it in your hair
First you put water, vinegar, food coloring, and baking soda
Mentos can cause huge reactions, like baking soda and vinegar, if put in Coke can.
Some baking powder from your kitchen fizzes when you put it into vinegar. Is this a chemical reaction?
Yes this is a chemical reaction The fizzing is Carbon Dioxide being generated as the baking soda reacts with the vinegar.
you mix a little baking soda and vinegar in an empty glass, the vinegar and baking soda makes an invisible gas called carbon monoxide. you then pour the gas into another empty glass, making sure not to pour the liquid into the glass as well. then after that, your pour what seems to be air over the lit candle and voila, your "magic trick" is done.
Yeast, sugar and water can blow up a ballon. Baking soda and vinegar are what people put in science fair volcanoes to make it "erupt" but I have no doubt that they will fill up the balloon with vinegar and baking soda and not carbon dioxide. Yeast is a live bacteria (that's safe!) and yeast "eats" the sugar and creates carbon dioxide. That's why bread baked with yeast rises in the oven. Vinegar and baking… Read More
Because someone put them in the fridge. However if you mix them together Baking Soda and Vinegar get cold in a reaction called an endothermic reaction (which absorbs heat energy).
A fun chemical rxn using common kitchen items is putting baking soda into vinegar. Put some vinegar into a bowl and add a handful of baking soda. This creates bubbles and fizz.
you can put vinegar and baking soda together to in a cup it will make a cool chain reaction