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a term loosely applied to sodium bicarbonate, sodium hydroxide, or sodium carbonate.
baking soda sodium bicarbonate.
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so·di·um bi·car·bon·ate

used as a gastric and systemic antacid, to alkalize urine, and for washes of body cavities.
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so·di·um bi·car·bon·ate

(sōdē-ŭm bī-kahrbŏ-nāt)
Agent used as a gastric and systemic antacid, to alkalize urine, and for washes of body cavities.
Synonym(s): baking soda.
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