The chemical formula for sodium bicarbonate is NaHCO3. The common name of this substance is baking soda, and its chemical name is sodium hydrogen carbonate. More »

Sodium bicarbonate has a pKa of 6.4 or 10.32, depending on the type of reaction. The pKa is derived from the acid dissociation constant, Ka, through the formula pKa = -log(Ka). Both measurements are used to describe the ... More »

The melting point of sodium bicarbonate is 50° Celsius (122° Fahrenheit). Its chemical formula is CHNaO3 (sometimes written as NaHCO3), and it has an atomic weight of 84 grams per mole. According to Medline Plus, sodium ... More »

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