Chemical Reaction-Baking Soda and Lemon Juice

Product on the left the products are sodium citrate

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Reactants on the right. Product on the left. The products are sodium citrate, carbon dioxide, and water. Not recommended for whitening teeth. Can be used for cleaning the house.
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Type of Reaction C6H807+3NaHCO3>>Na3C6H507+3H2CO3. Produces a carbon dioxide gas (CO2). A fizzy reaction. The reaction is very exothermic.
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Molecular level Baking soda is a base. Mixed with an acid like lemon juice. Creates a chemical reaction. Molecules form in to water, sodium acetate, and carbon dioxide.
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Chemical bonds between elements Citric Acid releases hydrogen ions. Upon this release, a citrate ion is produced. Citric Acid The bond between the Na breaks away from the HCO3. Sodium Carbonate
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References ernandez, K. (2013). Citric Acid Cleaning. eHow.com. Retrieved from o Author. (2013). Chemical Reactions. Chemistry Explained-Chemistry Encyclopedia. Retrieved from o Author. (n.d.). Baking Soda. Chemical Formula-Basic Chemistry. Retrieved from o Author. (n.d.). What Does Lemon Juice And Baking Soda Do? Blurtit.com. Retrieved from odium bicarbonate. (1995, winter). Baking soda chemistry: The basic principles, 31 (4), P. 28.
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