THe reaction of hydrogen acetate and sodium bicarbonate form sodium acetate, hydrogen hydroxide and carbon dioxide. What is the chemical equation?     What is the chemical quation for this...

THe reaction of hydrogen acetate and sodium bicarbonate form sodium acetate, hydrogen hydroxide and carbon dioxide. What is the chemical equation?

 

 

What is the chemical quation for this reaction (to clear up the question above). if also possible, please include the word equation

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In a simple chemical equation, there are reactants and the products. An arrow is used to separate them. In this problem, we have:

Hydrogen acetate + Sodium bicarbonate --> Hydrogen hydroxide +

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