What Happens When You Mix Vinegar and Baking Soda?

Answer

Mixing vinegar and baking soda causes a chemical reaction where the vinegar produces an unstable acetic acid that immediately breaks down into carbon dioxide and water. This is the classic 'volcano' experiment because the reaction causes the fizzing and bubbling effect that propels the 'eruption'.
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