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Which is a stronger acid lemon juice or soda pop?

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lemon juice

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soda pop

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Lemon juice

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Baking soda is a salt. Lemon juice is a mixture with an acidic pH.


depending on the amount you add, i think it will be neutral as lemon juice is an acid and baking soda is a base.


The acid in the lemon juice reacts with the base of the baking soda causing the two to neutralize each other making a gas.


Yes it does. An acid (lemon juice) plus a base (baking soda) becomes salt plus water. So lemon juice and baking soda fizzes and bubbles then becomes salty water.


Examples of a weak acid are lemon juice, an orange, and soda pop


No, lemon juice is squeezed fruit juice, lemon soda is a carbonated beverage usually with artificial lemon flavor.



lemon juice with some lemon zest will give the acid



Because the sodium bicarbonate in baking soda makes the citric acid in the lemon juice react, creating carbon dioxide, which gives the fizz and stuff.


anything that is an acid like lemon juice



lemon juice (acid) vinegar (acid) bleach (base) citrus fruits (acid) battery acid (acid) pickle juice (acid) soda (acid) milk (acid) Listerine (acid) fruit juice (acid


This is due to the lower pH of the citric acid (2.2) in the lemon juice than the higher pH of (3) of vinegar.


No, corn starch does not react with baking soda. Soda requires an acid such as vinegar or lemon juice to react.



Lemon juice contain organic acids as citric acid etc; citric acid react with sodium carbonate and sodium citrate is formed.


The acid (C6H8O6) reacts with baking soda (NaHCO3) to form sodium salt of acid (C6H7O6Na), water and carbon dioxide.


tub of baking soda and the same amount of lemon juice


Very simple, lemon juicer is an acid because its pH is lower than 7. Baking soda is a base with a pH higher than 7. If you mix lemon juice, baking soda together, you will get a little eruption. This happens if you also mix vinegar with baking soda. So, when you mix lemon juice and vinegar together, it will fizz up. Every time an acid and a base are mixed together, you get a little reaction.


Almost any acid, from battery acid to vinegar or lemon juice or any soda.


acetic acid (vinegar), baking soda, lemon juice


when banking soda is mixed with lemon juice , bubbles are formed with a hissing sound and carbon dioxide is form (citrus acid) + (sodium hydrogencarbonate) = carbon dioxide + other substances


C6H8O7 + 3NaHCO3 = 3CO2(g) + 3H2O + Na3C6H5O7 C6H8O7 is the formula for citric acid, which is commonly found in lemon juice NaHCO3 is the formula for baking soda or sodium bicarbonate


No. Baking soda acts as a base. You would need an acid to eat away the calcium such as lemon juice.



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