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Magnesium carbonate acts as an antacid. Therefore,it neutralises excess of hydrochloric acid in stomach.

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When magnesium carbonate is heated you will get magnesium oxide.

Chemical formula of magnesium carbonate is MgCO3. Magnesium carbonate contain magnesium, carbon and oxygen.

Magnesium Carbonate ---------> Magnesium Oxide + Carbon Dioxide :)

Magnesium carbonate is an ionic compound.

The chemical formula of magnesium carbonate is Mg(CO3)2; this molecule contain one ion of magnesium and two ions of carbonate.

There is no reaction between Ammonium carbonate and Magnesium sulfate.

You probably think to anhydrous magnesium carbonate and hydrated magnesium carbonates: MgCO3, MgCO3.2H2O, MgCO3.3H2O, MgCO3.5H2O

it is magnesium copper carbonate+hydoxide sulphide

Yes magnesium carbonate is a salt that does not dissolve in water.

Magnesium Carbonate Is An Alkali Not An Acid xx

Mixture of sodium carbonate and magnesium

Magnesium, Oxygen, and Carbon... you should know this from its chemical formula.

Magnesium carbonate and magnesium trisilicate are not the same chemically, but both of them could be effective antacids.

MgCO3 is produced when reacting Hydrochloric acid and Magnesium Carbonate. Hydrochloric acid + Magnesium carbonate=Magnesium Chloride + Carbon Dioxide + Water

Magnesium carbonate and sodium sulphate.

Dolomite limestone is a mixture of calcium carbonate and magnesium carbonate.

At high temperature magnesium carbonate is dissociated in magnesium oxide and carbon dioxide.

The most common one is magnesium carbonate, with formula MgCO3.

The proposed method of making magnesium carbonate can not be accomplished from solutions in water, because the solubility of calcium carbonate in water is so low that it can not furnish a sufficient concentration of carbonate ions to exceed the solubility product constant for magnesium carbonate.

Magnesium carbonate is insoluble in water and can be separated by filtration or sedimentation.

The oxidation number of carbon in magnesium carbonate is 4.

MgSO4 + BaCO3 → MgCO3 + BaSO4Magnesium sulfate + barium carbonate → magnesium carbonate + barium sulfate

The formula of magnesium hydrogen carbonate is Mg(HCO3)2: A hydrogen carbonate anion has a charge of -1 and a magnesium cation has a charge of +2.

The reaction between magnesium chloride and sodium carbonate results in sodium chloride and magnesium carbonate. Alternatively, the salt may form while magnesium and carbonate molecules mix freely.

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