NaHCO3 (aq) + CH3COOH (aq) CH3COONa (aq) + CO2 (g) + H2O (l)

This is an acid-base reaction (neutralization): NaHCO3 is a base, CH3COOH is an acid.

This is a gas evolution reaction, CO2 is the formed gas.

Reactants:

  • NaHCO3Sodium hydrogen carbonate source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-28source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04
    • Other names: Sodium bicarbonate source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-28source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04, Baking soda source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-28source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04, Bicarb (laboratory slang) source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-28
    • Appearance: White crystals source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-28; White solid in various forms source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04
  • CH3COOHAcetic acid source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-07source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02, Ethanoic acid source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-07source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02
    • Other names: Vinegar (when dilute); Hydrogen acetate; Methanecarboxylic acid source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27, Methanecarboxylic acid source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-07source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02, CH3-COOH source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-07
    • Appearance: Colourless liquid source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27; Colourless liquid with pungent odour source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04; Colorless liquid or crystals with a sour, vinegar-like odor. [Note: Pure compound is a solid below 62°F. Often used in an aqueous solution.] source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02

Products:

  • CH3COONaSodium acetate source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04, Sodium ethanoate source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27
    • Other names: Hot ice (sodium acetate trihydrate) source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27, Acetic acid, sodium salt source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02, Acetic acid, sodium salt (1:1) source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02
    • Appearance: White deliquescent powder (Daly) source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27; White hygroscopic crystalline powder source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04
  • CO2
    • Names: Carbon dioxide source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02, CO2 source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02, Carbonic acid gas source: wikidata, accessed on: 2019-09-02source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02
    • Appearance: Colorless gas source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27; Odourless colourless compressed liquefied gas source: ICSC, accessed on: 2019-09-04; Colorless, odorless gas. [Note: Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas. Solid form is utilized as dry ice.] source: NIOSH NPG, accessed on: 2019-09-02
  • H2OWater, oxidane source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27
    • Other names: Water (H2O) source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27, Hydrogen hydroxide (HH or HOH) source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27, Hydrogen oxide source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27
    • Appearance: White crystalline solid, almost colorless liquid with a hint of blue, colorless gas source: wikipedia, accessed on: 2019-09-27