30 g bottle of sodium bicarbonate, more commonly known as baking soda or bicarbonate of soda. Use sodium bicarbonate in this hands-on Fizzing Easter Egg Dye experiment, and explore the table below to discover the sodium bicarbonate formula, density, and more!
We also have a larger quantity of sodium bicarbonate available: Sodium Bicarbonate, 100 g
- In Egypt, the first mummies were accidental—bodies buried in hot, dry sand naturally mummified. Later, embalmers removed a person's organs immediately after death, so that the body would not begin to decay. They washed the body and then dried it out with a salt called natron. (Natron is a mixture of sodium bicarbonate—baking soda—and sodium carbonate.) Learn more in our Frozen Mammoths, Mummified People article!
|Alternate Names||Baking Soda, Bicarbonate of Soda|
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