Can You Mix Vinegar and Ammonia?

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When a person mixes vinegar and ammonia each cancels out the properties of the other. While vinegar and ammonia can be mixed, the combination does not have cleaning properties.
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The acidic vinegar (pH ~2.5-3.4 )and basic ammonia (pH ~11.6) neutralize one another and form a salty watery solution.
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The gas coming off is mostly or all carbon dioxide CO2. There is some evidence that when commercial baking soda is reacted with some vinegars, a very tiny (almost insignificant amount
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Vinegar and ammonia can be mixed together. It is usually mixed together to create a cleaning agent that is used in homes.
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