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Answered 2017-02-23 16:33:45

2H+ + CO3^2- ==> H2CO3 ==> CO2 + H2O This is acid + carbonate
For a specific reaction, such as 2HCl + Na2CO3 ==> 2NaCl + H2CO3 ==> CO2 + H2O
SO, answer to the question is salt plus CO2 and H2O


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salt + carbon dioxide + water

Plus water and carbon dioxide, also products.

yes:) Acid + Carbonate ---> Salt+Water+Carbon dioxide.

Metal + Carbonate --> Salt + Water + Carbon Dioxide

You get carbon dioxide, water, and a salt.

Acid plus alkali equals salt plus water.

Carbon dioxide gas and a salt

calcium carbonate + hydrochloric acid -> Carbon dioxide + Water+ Calcium Chloride In general, when a carbonate is added to an acid, the equation will be carbonate + acid -> salt + water + carbon dioxide

Calcium carbonate + nitric acid --> Calcium nitrate (salt) + carbon dioxide (gas) + water

carbonate + acid = salt + water + carbon dioxide

Acid dissolved in water results in free protons and the acid's salt. Carbon acid in water dissolves into protons and carbonate. So to answer your questions (Ca)carbonate is salt.

Sodium carbonate is a salt.

Carbonate is CO3(2-) and will react with acids to give off carbon dioxide (CO2), leaving the acid salt of the original carbonate salt.

ZnCO3 (s) + H2SO4 (aq) ---->ZnSO4 (aq) + H2O (l)+CO2 (g) the law is carbonate + acid ---> Salt + water + carbon dioxide

Metal Carbonate + Acid --> Salt + Water + CO2

acid + metal carbonate--> Salt+ Carbon dioxide+ water

Only when they exactly neutralise one another.

This is an double-displacement reaction, in this case and acid-base reaction.

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