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  2. 2005-03-27. Sodium Bicarbonate is the monosodium salt of carbonic acid with alkalinizing and electrolyte replacement properties. Upon dissociation, sodium bicarbonate forms sodium and bicarbonate ions. Ion formation increases plasma bicarbonate and buffers excess hydrogen ion concentration, resulting in raised blood pH.

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  3. Feb 16, 2015 · While sodium bicarbonate is generally not considered to be amongst the most harmful of chemicals, exposure to large amounts may result in some adverse health effects, such as: Coughing and sneezing if a high concentration of dust has been inhaled Gastrointestinal irritation can occur if large amounts have been ingested

  4. Health Hazard SYMPTOMS: Symptoms of exposure to this compound include irritation of the skin, eyes, nose and throat, coughing, chest discomfort and gastrointestinal disturbance. It may cause distention or rupture of the stomach, systemic alkalosis, edema and expansion of extracellular fluid volume.

  5. SODIUM BICARBONATE Safety Data Sheet Page 1 of 3 Section 1: Identification Product Name: SODIUM BICARBONATE Emergency Phone Number: CHEMTREC: 800-424-9300 Other Identification: Baking Soda, Bicarbonate of Soda, Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate CAS#: 144-55-8 Manufacturer: Natural Soda LLC 3200 County Road 31 Rifle, Colorado 81650 USA Phone Number: 1 ...

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  6. Sodium bicarbonate when applied on leaves, can prevent the growth of fungi; however, it does not kill the fungus. Excessive amount of sodium bicarbonate can cause discolouration of fruits (two percent solution) and chlorosis (one percent solution). Medical uses and health See also: Intravenous sodium bicarbonate

    • NaHCO, ₃
    • 69 g/L (0 °C), 96 g/L (20 °C), 165 g/L (60 °C)
    • 84.0066 g mol−1
    • (Decomposes to sodium carbonate starting at 50 °C)
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