Evolution of Carbon dioxide from Sodium bicarbonate and potassium hydroxide??! Hi! Here’s a question my teacher asked me to solve about evolution of carbon dioxide, We know that carbon dioxide is obtained by the action pf dilute acids on any metallic carbonate or bicarbonate e.g. NaCO 3 + (dilute) HCl gives( I am using gives since I don’t know how to give an arrow)NaCl + H2O+CO2 NaHCO3 + (dilute) HCl gives 2NaCl + 2H2O+CO2 Therefore what would be the result of NaHCO3 + KOH ? Think it “might” be (just out of instinct) NaHCO3 + KOH gives NaOH +KOH+H2O+CO2:????confused: I don’t know whether it’s correct :uhhr not and I would be very thankful if someone helps!