the question, which shows that chemistry happens in the world around us, not just in
a lab. It will be more attractive and useful to add a video, picture, experiment
which shows how baking powder works (you can mix baking powder and water in a bottle
and cover it or use a balloon on the top of the bottle).
think the correct answer of your question is not water, If you combine baking powder with milk or water,
carbon dioxide gas is one of the products of this chemical reaction. We can
replace it by combining baking soda and vinegar or orange juice or lemon…
the point on the map, I suggest you to summarize in your own words the idea and
attach another link instead of Wikipedia.
The title of this question (“bases and bases in the kitchen...”)
is not clear: was it meant to be “Acids and bases in the kitchen”? The wording
in English should be improved (e.g., a cake might be baked “for mother” and not
“to mother”). To improve the question, some multimedia items should be added: a
picture, a short youtube video or a simulation/animation etc.
the geographical information point, for example, the author might add a homemade
short video that compares the difference between the action of water and baking
powder while baking a cake. The geographical point simply refers to the
wikipedia entry “baking powder”; this is of course relevant to the question,
but perhaps the author should consider adding more to that.
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