Sodium bicarbonate

@article{Noerr2018SodiumB,
  title={Sodium bicarbonate},
  author={Barbara Noerr},
  journal={Reactions Weekly},
  year={2018},
  volume={1685},
  pages={187}
}
  • B. Noerr
  • Published 2018
  • Medicine
  • Reactions Weekly
Major uses Sodium bicarbonate is a main constituent of baking soda/powder. Baking powder is composed of 30% of sodium bicarbonate, with cornstarch, sodium aluminium sulfate, calcium acid phosphate, and calcium sulfate [1]. Sodium bicarbonate may be an ingredient of folk remedies containing turpentine, castor oil, lemon and sugar. It is also added to mouthwashes and dentifrices to prevent dental caries. It is used as an additive in meat processing and used to clean and neutralize acidity in… 

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