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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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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Baking soda neutralizes the acid in recipes and aids in the leavening process. Once baking soda is mixed with other ingredients and placed into the oven, a chemical reaction creates bubbles of carbon dioxide that expand. 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 »

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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Calcium carbonate produces a weak chemical reaction with vinegar, which is an acetic acid, by releasing carbon dioxide. A simple experiment that demonstrates the reaction is to soak an egg, which has a calcium carbonate ... More »

To make a volcano erupt without baking soda, combine diet soda and Mentos candies. With the right supplies and a bit of creativity, this science project can be a blast for everyone involved. More »