What is Sodium Bicarbonate?

Sodium Bicarbonate, commonly known as baking soda is a very useful Industrial Chemical, composed of sodium cation and bicarbonate anion.

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Sodium Bicarbonate


What is Sodium Bicarbonate used for?

Sodium Bicarbonate has different uses in different fields. Following are the application and strengths of this chemical:

  • Sodium bicarbonate is typically employed as a leavening ingredient, causing the batter to expand and rise, giving it a characteristic texture.
  • It has a wide range of health benefits and is valuable in the medical field. It's used to treat acid reflux and acid indigestion.
  • Because it releases carbon dioxide, it may also be used as a fire extinguisher to put out small flames.
  • It's also used to neutralize acid spills and undesirable acid solutions.
  • It's typically found in mouthwashes and other personal hygiene products.
  • It's a supplement for cow feed.
  • It can also be used as a cleaning agent as it is a weak disinfectant.
  • It works as a fungicide against some organisms.
  • It's utilized to delay the start of combustion processes.
  • It's also great for controlling odors.


What is the Chemical Formula of Sodium Bicarbonate?

Sodium Bicarbonate has the chemical formula of NaHCO3.


Is Sodium Bicarbonate harmful to life?

Although sodium bicarbonate is generally less dangerous to life than other chemicals, negligent handling might result in negative consequences. When absorbed or inhaled, it can irritate the skin, eyes, and respiratory tract. This chemical's long-term consequences include liver and kidney damage.


Where is Sodium Bicarbonate found? What does Sodium Bicarbonate look like?

Sodium bicarbonate is manufactured in industries by reacting sodium carbonate with carbon dioxide and water.

Sodium Bicarbonate 99% appears as a white crystalline solid that is frequently seen in powder form and has no distinct odor. It has a somewhat salty, alkaline flavor that is similar to washing soda.

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Sodium Bicarbonate


What are the Hazardous effects of Sodium Bicarbonate?

Sodium Bicarbonate can be extremely hazardous when swallowed directly. This substance is similarly hazardous to human lungs when inhaled.

Although it is a non-flammable chemical, correct storage and handling should be considered to avoid any undesired scenarios.


What are precautionary measures necessary to be taken to handle Sodium Bicarbonate?

  • Adequate industrial hygiene procedures and the use of protective equipment are essential at all times.
  • When not in use, sodium bicarbonate should be stored in airtight containers.
  • Dust formation and accumulation should be minimized as much as possible.


What will happen if Sodium Bicarbonate is heated?

When sodium bicarbonate is heated above 80°C, it undergoes thermal decomposition to form sodium carbonate, water and, carbon dioxide.


Is Sodium Bicarbonate soluble compound?

Sodium bicarbonate dissolves easily in water but not in ethanol.


Where can I buy Sodium Bicarbonate?

Here at Camachem, Sodium Bicarbonate is for sale. These chemicals can be shipped in plastic woven bags of various sizes if you require a significant quantity. Camachem has been selling Sodium Bicarbonate directly to customers throughout the world.

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Sodium Bicarbonate Packaging


How much does Sodium Bicarbonate cost?

The cost of raw materials, shipping, and other industrial inputs are generally a factor in the pricing. The price per tonne is around $150.00.

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Sodium Bicarbonate cost


What is the PH of Sodium Bicarbonate?

Because sodium bicarbonate is extremely basic, with a Ph of around 9, it is used to neutralize acids.


Is Sodium Bicarbonate an Electrolyte compound?

Sodium Bicarbonate dissociates into a positive Sodium ion and negative bicarbonate ion. Sodium bicarbonate is a powerful electrolytic compound because sodium ion is a strong electrolyte.


Can Sodium Bicarbonate go down the drain?

This chemical can be flushed down the drain to some extent, but disposal of large amount or container should be done only as per the rules and regulation of your location.


What is the difference between Sodium Bicarbonate and Sodium Bisulfite?

The appearances, availability, and manufacturing procedures of these two substances are considerably different. Sodium Bicarbonate is a fine white powder that is primarily used in the food industry, whereas sodium Bisulfite is a white crystal that is primarily utilized in the mining sector. Similarly, the manufacturing processes of these two chemicals differ significantly.