A solution of sodium thiosulfate is produced.
When water is mixed with sodium thiosulfate the surrounding area temperature decreases causing the temperature to become, colder. for example; the water is at 22.5 C when you mix it with sodium thiosulfate the temperature could decrease up to 19.5 C this is because sodium thiosulfate an endothermic reaction which makes new bonds with the water and the sodium thiosulfate
Sodium Chloride NaCl
Sodium metal is very reactive and would explode when in contact with water and produce hydrogen gas.
no not unless something is mixed with it that goes rotten but the dirt itself does not rot
Both of them are strong alkali and they do not react with each other. It would produce an ionic mixture that has potassium, sodium and hydroxide ions.
They will react to produce sodium nitrate and silver chloride.AgNO3(aq) + NaCl(aq) --> NaNO3(aq) + AgCl(s)
Sodium sulfate dissolves when mixed with water.
You should produce mixed goods in a mixed economy.
When water is mixed with salt, the salt dissolves in the water but whenwater is mixed with sodium, the sodium reacts violently with water.
Sodium citrate (Na3C6H5O7) is produced when citric acid is mixed with sodium hydroxide.
When sodium bicarbonate and aspirin are mixed the reactions emits carbon dioxide.
This is sodium chloride - NaCl.
Copper sulfate reacts with sodium carbonate to produce sodium sulfate and copper carbonate. (CuSO4 + Na2CO3 --> Na2SO4 + CuCO3) Copper carbonate is bluish green in color.
Sodium Nitrate I think.
NaF (Sodium Flouride)
when their solution are mixed iron carbonate solid and solution of sodium sulphate is produced..
the sodium is mixed with chlorine and the properties are completely changed.
It is sodium chloride.
You get an aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide.
sodium is a vomit colour with bits of grass mixed through
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No reaction occurs when magnesium sulfate is mixed with sodium chloride
Its a formula mixed together and it means Sodium sulfateSodium Sulfate is Na2SO4