I have about 20 ml of sulfuric acid I saw in a similar post that baking soda could be added to stop sulfuric acid from evaporating I was wondering if I put baking soda in a glass container and pour the sulfuric acid in then dilute with water if any reactions would occur I know it says to add the sulfuric acid to water just not the other way around but I'm trying to be extremely safe I almost burned my house down this weekend :P
If you add baking soda you don't have sulphuric acid anymore. You'll have sodium sulphate, carbon dioxide and water.
Sodium sulphate is a salt, and will likely show us as crystals during the neutralization. It's more or less harmless compared to sulphuric acid. Don't eat it, and don't inhale it.
For 20 ml I'd probably just dilute it in a bucket of water and pour it out...