Chef Jason persaud

Chemical compounds or chemical reactions used in my career.

Baking Soda -

If you are baking something that needs baking soda the recipe will have an acidic element. when the two comes in contact, bubbles of carbon dioxide are formed, creating leavening in your dough.

Vinegar -

Vinegar is commonly used in baking an acid, vinegar is often included in cake and cookies batters to react with the baking soda.

How is this chemical compound or chemical reaction used in my chosen career? (Process, Reactant, Product)

Baking Soda -

When mixed with acid it spurs a chemical reaction that produces carbon dioxide gas or put it more simply, it creates bubbles that cause baked goods to rise.

Vinegar -

Chemical reaction needed to produce carbon dioxide and give those batters a lift as they bake.

Why is this reaction needed in this career?

This reaction is needed in this career because baking soda is a chemical leavening agents used in baking to make the dough rise by creating air bubbles when mixed and baked. Also this reaction is needed because vinegar reacts with baking soda.

World Equation -

Baking soda + Vinegar = Carbon Dioxide

Balanced Chemical -

NaHco3 +ch3cooh = NacH3oo + Co2

Type of Reaction -

When you mix baking soda and vinegar in the dough is starts to bubble and the dough rises.

What Hazardous compounds in the reaction -

It releases carbon dioxide.


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