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Sodium hydrogen carbonate is used as a laboratory chemical, a leavening agent, a neutralizer, as an active component in fire extinguishers, as a source of carbon dioxide and as a pH balancer in pools, as a cattle feed supplement and in spas and garden ponds. It is utilized for paint and corrosion removal, in baking powder, as a mild abrasive and a cleaning compound. In the field of medicine, it is used as an antacid to treat acid indigestion and heartburn.
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