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Can you seperate vinegar from baking soda?

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If you mixed vinegar and baking soda, you created a chemical reaction. That means you changed the chemicals. Acid-Base reactions create a salt. Since you changed what chemicals you have, there is nothing to separate. Reversing the reaction is pretty much impossible. In water, Acetic Acid + Baking Soda --> Sodium Acetate solution + Carbon Dioxide gas.

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