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anonymous

  • one year ago

would mixing baking soda and vinegar be a endothermic or exothermic reaction??

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    If you put baking soda and vinegar in a glass of water, you should be able to feel the heat. "Feel the heat" means temperature rising. If the temperature rises the reaction is exothermic

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    endo

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    @danicap help on my last question plz

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    the temperature drops by around 4 degrees after u add the baking soda so the reaction is endothermic. and ok

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