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This one came in my board paper:-The pH of a salt used to make tasty and crispy pakoras is 14. Identify the salt.How baking soda`s pH is given 14 if it is 9? And how does it make pakoras `tasty` though taste is given by NaCl?

This one came in my board paper:-The pH of a salt used to make tasty and crispy pakoras is 14. Identify the salt.How baking soda`s pH is given 14 if it is 9? And how does it make pakoras `tasty` though taste is given by NaCl?

Grade:11

3 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
3 years ago
Dear Suyash
 
 
The pH of salt used to make tasty and crispy pakoras  is 9. 
The baking soda is most commonly used in making tasty pakoras because it's basic in nature. It's chemically known by the name sodium bicarbonate.
 
 
Uses of Baking Soda are:
1. Sodium bicarbonate is a very effective product to eliminate the annoying black spots that often appear in the T area of the face, since its rough texture helps to deeply clean clogged pores. For this you should simply mix a spoonful of baking soda with a little milk and apply it directly to the affected area. Leave on for 15 minutes and rinse with warm water.
2.A tub bath with bicarbonate eliminates vaginal infections caused by yeast. Gargling baking soda prevents flu and throat infections. Take with water as antacid to avoid heartburn and heartburn. Mix with vinegar and put in the bites of bees or other insects. Make a paste with water for stings of ants, stingrays or spiders. Put on the skin exposed to poisonous wound to extract the poison and dry the wound.
 
 
 
Regards
Arun (askIITians forum expert)
Kochouseph
45 Points
3 years ago
This question was in the main board exam of class 10 in the 2017-2018 in science paper It was a wrong question it was said by cbse they approved it
Aman Ansari
15 Points
2 years ago
When baking soda is heated it decomposes to give carbon dioxide as one of the products this gives a crispy and And fluffy structure to pakoras. Hence the reason.

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