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 What is the freezing point of baking soda?

Answer Baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate, is solid and therefore frozen at room temperature. It will melt if the temperature is raised above 270 degrees C, and will freeze, or turn into a solid, again if... Read More »
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What is the freezing point of soda?

The freezing point of regular soda is around 30 degrees Fahrenheit. Diet sodas freeze at about 32 degrees. According to Coca Cola, the presence of sugar lowers a liquid's freezing point, which is w... Read More »
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What is the freezing point of soda pop?

Due to the high sugar content, carbon dioxide content and the pressure inside the bottle, most soda pops freeze at a lower temperature than water. Coke and Pepsi both freeze at about 28 to 30 degre... Read More »
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What is the freezing point of caustic soda liquid?

The freezing point of caustic soda liquid is 58 degrees F, or 14 degrees C. It is an odorless and colorless liquid that is highly corrosive and reactive. It reacts with certain metals, such as alum... Read More »
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What to substitute baking soda with in a recipe that needs baking powder too?

You could try whipping the egg white with the sugar to get some lift.
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