I want to thank you for actually steering me in the right way, because I was completely lost
You make a very good point, and also answered my first question! (what products are made, because I wasn't sure how this reaction acted)
Now, you said that a potential use for this solution is a mixture with alcohol, which will eventually create a solid, thus proving that a solid is a possible outcome of this reaction. That proves a lot of people wrong who say this experiment is impossible, and I wanted to do that from the beginning of the experiment
(Common Sense 0:1 Chemistry)
What I'm thinking is that the Calcium acetate formed is only part of the result. Is there a way that the sodium carbonate, somehow gives the solution its characteristics upon supercooling? In the video (which is very hard to believe now that we proved many things about it wrong) they said that when the solution is taken out, it looses its "polar ability" and sticks to itself.
What do you suppose gives the supercooled solution its "polar ability"?