Finally add the sodium bicarbonate and the cacao powder; and triturate again until the color is uniform.
Filter, dry, and fuse with equal weight of sodium bicarbonate.
sodium bicarbonate locally, in powder, affords great relief in some instances.
It consists of a cylindrical container with a solution of sodium bicarbonate.
It is prepared by treating a solution of sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate with chlorinated lime.
However, sodium citrate and sodium bicarbonate are also used.
Incorporate the cacao powder, the sugar, and finally the sodium bicarbonate.
Adults may use washes, gargles, or sprays of solutions of sodium borate or of sodium bicarbonate.
sodium bicarbonate was less satisfactory, as were also potassium acetate, potassium citrate, and Rochelle salts.
Citric acid, 40 grams; sodium bicarbonate, 50 grams; lithium bicarbonate, 10 grams.
sodium bicarbonate n.
See baking soda.
|sodium bicarbonate |
A white crystalline compound used in beverages and as a leavening agent to make baked goods. In medicine, sodium bicarbonate is used as an antacid and cleanser and to replenish electrolytes. Also called baking soda, bicarbonate of soda. Chemical formula: NaHCO3.
Our Living Language : A white, chalky powder, sodium bicarbonate also goes by its household name, baking soda. Sodium bicarbonate is a base and reacts with acids in what is called neutralization, because both the acid and the base are converted into more neutral substances on the pH scale. Neutralization with sodium bicarbonate usually produces carbon dioxide gas, which bubbles forth whenever vinegar (an acid) and baking soda are mixed (as they frequently are in "kitchen science" experiments). Such reactions are an important factor in baking, where the production of the gas is what causes cakes to rise. Sodium bicarbonate has long been used in small amounts (about a half teaspoon) mixed with water to neutralize excess stomach acid. Sodium bicarbonate also has the unique ability to neutralize substances that are more basic than it is. It can do this because in water, sodium bicarbonate breaks down ultimately into carbonic acid (H2CO3), an unstable acid, which can then react with a base to neutralize it. This ability to neutralize both acids and many bases is why baking soda is so effective at reducing odors.