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What gas do you think is in the bubbles that form when NaHCO3 (sodium bicarbonate) and C6H8O7 (citric acid) react? Why?

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  1. acid + carbonates >>> salt + water + carbon dioxide.

    Memorize that.

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  2. I think the gas is carbon dioxide or oxygen cus water is H2O, so which one is right?

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  3. CO2

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  4. I think the has in this reaction is carbon dioxide. I had to do this for a homework assignment so go with mine.

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