A chemical reaction occurs when baking soda and vinegar combine. Baking soda is technically called sodium bicarbonate, while vinegar is called acetic acid. When these two chemicals combine, they form carbonic acid. More »

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When mixed, baking soda and vinegar undergo a two-step reaction. In the first part, the acetic acid in the vinegar reacts with the sodium bicarbonate and produces a fizzing reaction that yields sodium acetate and carboni... More »

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Sodium bicarbonate, commonly referred to as baking soda, and acetic acid, which is vinegar, combine to create an acid-base chemical reaction. The baking soda serves as the base and the vinegar is the acid. More »

Sodium bicarbonate, commonly referred to as baking soda, and acetic acid, which is vinegar, combine to create an acid-base chemical reaction. The baking soda serves as the base and the vinegar is the acid. More »

When baking soda and vinegar combine in a container with a balloon placed over the opening, one of the resulting materials is carbon dioxide, which fills up the balloon because it has nowhere else to go. Water and sodium... More »

Chemical equations are illustrations of the reactants and products in a chemical reaction. Chemical equations are expressed as A + B - C, where A and B are the reactants, and C is the product. More »

NH4OH=NH3+H2O is a decomposition chemical reaction. A decomposition-type reaction breaks one reactant into two or more products. In this case, ammonium hydroxide releases ammonia gas and water vapor when heated. More »