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    Is this called sodium hydrocarbonate: NaHCO3?


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    Yes, or sodium bicarbonate


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    Or sodium hydrogen carbonate. This is the IUPAC nomenclature I believe.
    Or baking soda.
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    Yeah I knew about the baking soda name, but I wasn't sure about the official nomenclature. Thanks, guys.
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    also called acid salts,
    react with both acid and alkaline but alkaline in nature,
    i know this is irrelevant, hehe.
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