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What gas is producedd when you add baking soda to soft drinks like:
7Up, Sprite, Orange, Dr. Pepper and Coke?

Why does Dr. Pepper produce the most gas?
Why does 7Up produce the least gas?

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Baking soda is made up of the chemical sodium bicarbonate. The chemical formula is NaHCO3. It is made up of two ions, the sodium ion (Na+) and the bicarbonate ion (HCO3-).

When you put sodium bicarbonate into soft drinks, there is an acid-base reaction. ...

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It explains the reaction when adding backing soda to soft drink.

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