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The purpose of baking soda

  1. Sodium bicarbonate, also known as baking soda, is a widely used loosening agent in the food industry, used in the production of pastries, pasta, desserts, bread, etc. It is a generator of carbon dioxide in carbonated beverages and utilizes the principle of heating sodium bicarbonate to produce carbon dioxide gas.

  1. Baking soda can react with alum to produce alkaline fermentation powder, which is a composite additive mainly used in the production of flour products and puffed foods.


  1. Used as a special detergent for wool, as wool or clothing mixed with other fibers is not alkali resistant, it is necessary to use a special detergent for wool.


  1. Sodium bicarbonate is used in steel smelting, mineral processing, tanning industry, and heat treatment of metal materials.


  1. Among fire-fighting equipment, sodium bicarbonate is used to produce acid alkali extinguishing agent and foam extinguishing agent.


  1. The rubber industry uses it in combination with alum and sodium bicarbonate pore forming agents to achieve uniform pore formation in rubber and sponge production.
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