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baking soda+vinegar=acidetic baking soda Is aprocess in with they react to one another in different ways. peaceout

No. As the word "reaction" might suggest it is a chemical change.

A chemical reaction is formed by the acidic gases which causes the substance to react by either exploding or erupting. If the baking soda is in water which your question indicates by the use of the word washing, the vinegar will react with the baking soda will give off carbon dioxide gas and water. You will produce sodium acetate an alkaline material. If you pour vinegar onto pure baking soda, the reaction giving off carbon dioxide will be much more vigorous.

Chemical:Its NOT a catalyst, vinegar is a reactant in stead, meaning that one substace (v.) changes chemically when in contact with the other (b.s.)When vinegar (acetic acid solution) comes in contact with baking soda, the acidic hydrogen ions from vinegar release the CO2 from the carbonate (in baking soda, sodium bicarbonate) thus forming a mass of foaming bubbly.Lingual:Vinigar and vineger (and even vinager, though this one is the most understandable) are all misspelled forms of VINEGARThe word "vinegar" derives from the Old French vin agre, meaning "sour wine", which in turn is derived from the Latin "vinum aegrum" meaning "feeble wine".

Baking soda + acetic acid = sodium acetate + water + carbon di oxide

Yes. Natrium is the Latin word for sodium; it is still used in some parts of Europe.Sodium bicarbonate is baking soda.

Yes, the word 'biscuit' is a noun; a word for a small light bread made with baking powder or baking soda; a word for a cookie; a word for a light beige color; a word for a thing.

baking soda plus acetic acid equals sodium acetate (salt), water, and carbon dioxide.

It is found in soda- as in baking soda, not the soft drink. It's symbol, Na, is from the greek word for soda, natrum.

Raising agent, saleratus, sodium bicarbonate...

"Vinegar punch" is an English equivalent of the Pennsylvania Dutch phrase "Essich Schling."Specifically, the word "Essich" means "vinegar." The word "Schling" means "Punch" in this context. It comes from the German verb "schlingen" for "to swallow."The drink is made with ice water, sugar and vinegar. Baking soda and nutmeg also may be added. The drink is served immediately.

I would like to test the effect of adding a teaspoon of baking powder to a glass of vinegar.

In a word, no. It will raise total alkalinity and that is what it is used for. In fact, the total alkalinity increaser you buy at the pool store is just expensive baking soda! Some companies ever go so far as to list the chemical name as sodium hydrogen carbonate instead of sodium bicarbonate just to confuse people into thinking it is something other than plain baking soda! Both are correct chemicals names for baking soda.

In English at least, "sode" is only a misspelling of soda. Soda is an old word, that refers to compounds or minerals containing sodium. Uses that are still common include baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) or washing soda (sodium carbonate, aka soda ash)

Nancy poured baking soda on the grease fire to extinguish the flame.

The formula for the baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) molecule is NaHCO3. The answer is yes, it has sodium (Na), hydrogen (H), carbon (C), and Oxygen (O2 - two oxygen atoms). The "Na" stands for Natrium, the latin word for sodium.

there is not a word for soda in spanish.

from wikipedia:The word "vinegar" derives from the french vin aigre, meaning "sour wine"

soda vellam (NB: This is commonly used in Malayalam. The word 'soda' is not directly translated when talked. Sometimes, simply the word 'soda' alone is used in place of 'soda vellam'.

No, vinegar is a common noun, a singular, common, concrete noun. The word vinegar is a word for any vinegar. A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, thing, or a title such as Heinz Vinegar.

The final result might not taste or smell as good .{word of advise get All of the right ingredients before you start!}

Hydrogen + Calcium -> hydrogen + Calcium Carbonate Monochloride monochloride Carbonate Hope this helps Em x

Yes, the word 'equation' is a noun, a word for a thing.

Yes, apple cider vinegar is an acid. Shall I hence the word "vinegar." Apple cider vinegar has vinegar in it which means its automatically an acid.

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