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Mohini Belani Grade: 12
        

Sir please tell me why there is fizzing in solution when an acid is added to a base or vice-versa?

7 years ago

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The baking soda, a base, neutralizes the acid . This releases carbon dioxide gas, which causes the fizzing action. Every acid base reaction does not cause fizzing . its the bicarbonates that produce carbon di oxiden on reacting with acid and cause fizzing.

7 years ago
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