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Reaction of sulfuric acid with sodium bisulfate and sodium bicarbonate

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Apr20-11, 09:19 AM
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What are the products of a reaction with sulfuric acid, sodium sulfate, and sodium bicarbonate?

The full equation would be helpful. I am interested in any intermediate products and the order in which these three reagents react. I think that sulfuric acid and sodium sulfate will simply reach a point of equilibrium in solution but then what happens when sodium bicarbonate is added?

Thank you!
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