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    Sodium Bicarbonate

    Sodium bicarbonate: essential for baking, PH balancing, and various household uses.


    Chemical name: Sodium Bicarbonate; Sodium Hydrogencarbonate; Baking Soda; Bicarbonate of Soda

    CAS Number:144-55-8

    EINECS Number:205-633-8

    Molecular formula: NaHCO3

    Molecular weight: 84.01

    Product Standard: GB/FCC


    Polypropylene woven bag lined with polyethylene plastic bag or paper-plastic composite bag. 25 kg/bag or 1000kg/bag.

    Storage Condition: Keep well closed in its original packing in a cool and dry place.

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    Sodium Bicarbonate

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    Product Overview

    Sodium bicarbonate chemical formula NaHCO3, also known as baking soda, is a white crystalline powder or granular substance. Soluble in water, the aqueous solution is alkaline. Sodium bicarbonate is relatively stable at room temperature but decomposes at high temperatures to produce carbon dioxide, water, and sodium carbonate. As an important chemical, sodium bicarbonate is widely used in industry and daily life. Used in food processing, medicine, cosmetics, detergents and other fields.


    Item National Standard Actual Measurement
    Color White White
    State Crystalline Powder Crystalline Powder, Granules
    Total Alkalinity (as NaHCO3), w/% ≤ 99.0~100.5 100.4
    Loss on Drying, w/% ≤ 0.2 0.01
    pH (10g/L Aqueous Solution) 8.5 8.4
    Ammonium Salt Passes the Test Passes the Test
    Clarity Passes the Test Passes the Test
    Chloride (as Cl) ≤ 0.4 0.01
    Whiteness ≥ 85 87.6
    Arsenic (As) / (mg/kg) ≤ 1 1
    Heavy Metals (as Pb) / (mg/kg) ≤ 5 5
    The main application of Sodium Bicarbonate
    • Sodium bicarbonate as a leavening agent in baking releases carbon dioxide gas by reacting with acidic ingredients, helping the batter to expand and giving baked goods a fluffy texture.
    • In carbonated beverages, sodium bicarbonate reacts with citric and phosphoric acids to provide carbonation and effervescence to sparkling water, soft drinks, and other sparkling beverages.
    • Sodium bicarbonate in leisure puffed foods decomposes into carbon dioxide gas upon heating, causing expansion in products like corn flakes, cheese rolls, and puffed cereal foods.
    • As an alkalizing agent, sodium bicarbonate adjusts pH and inhibits microbial growth as part of the pickling and curing process for foods such as olives, pickles, and cured meats.
    • In pharmaceutical applications, sodium bicarbonate is used as an antacid, a bulking agent for effervescent powders, a tablet disintegrant, and a pH regulator in drugs and supplements.
    • Sodium bicarbonate in skin care provides exfoliating and deep cleansing properties through its gritty texture and alkaline pH.
    • Sodium bicarbonate for pools is often used to raise total alkalinity and pH.

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