Is calcium carbonate a strong base?
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Is calcium carbonate is a strong acid or a weak acid?
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What is the pH range of the resulting product from carbon dioxide and limewater?
Calcium hydroxide in limewater reacts with carbon dioxide to form calcium carbonate (insoluble and hence the emergence of murkiness) and water. Calcium carbonate can be considered as the salt formed from the neutralization of a strong base, calcium hydroxide, and a weak acid, carbonic acid. The pH of the solution of such a salt will be basic because the conjugate base of the weak acid, carbonate, is weakly basic.