calcium and carbon dioxide
Limestone is called limestone because it has lime in it from the sea water it if formed in.
the sea water it if formed in
The zinc sulfide is ZnS.
Carbon dioxide (CO2). The reaction is CaCO3--->CaO + CO2.
Products are formed from chemical reactions.
The chemicals used are called the reactants and those that are formed are called the products.
limestone is the common name
One or more products are formed in a chemical reaction.
sodium carbonate name the products
Products are the substances produced (= formed) from reactants which chemically react.
limestone is a type of ferilizer and some of the particles in limestone had minerals that were in limestones.thats where it got its name
calcium chloride CaCO3 + 2HCl -> CaCl2 + CO2 + H2O
A karst landscape is formed generally by dissolution of limestone. The name comes from Kras, a Slovenian word honoring the international type-area.
The Chemical name for limestone is Calcium Carbonate - CaCO3
Limestone is formed in layers called Bedding Planes and the vertical cracks are called Joints. The horizontal cracks are not given a specific name - however I am sure someone will want to contradict this
The substances formed in a chemical reaction are called products
magnesium sulphide (MgS)
Limestone is made by compressing the remains of shelled animals and plants, with the larger ones preserved as fossils. Sandstone is comprised largely of sand - as its name suggests! Both are sedimentary rocks, I.e. made by cementation of sediment