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Answered 2012-02-03 13:44:40

REACTION OF HYDROCHLORIC ACID WITH CALCIUM CORBONATE

When hydrochloric acid react with calcium corbonate calcium chloride and hydrogen bycorbonate is formed.

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HCL+CACO3 CACL2+H(CO3)2

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