salt and hydrogen gas is produced
Calcium carbonate is a base and hydrochloric acid is an acid but their combined pH depends on ther initial concentrations.
the acid eats the meatl
when the acid touches the carbonate, it will create hydrogen gas, resulting in the solution to bubble/fizz.
when the carbonate is heated in absence of air then the CO2 is produced as the byproduct .
carbon dioxed is what is produced
It will effervesce.
A metal carbonate + an acid -. CO2 + metal salt and water Yes you usually make this e.g Copper Carbonate + Sulphuric Acid ? Copper Sulphate + Carbon Dioxide + Water
Carbon itself does not have a pH as it is only an element. However, when combined with others to form compounds, carbon can become a base or acid. It can be a base by becoming a sodium carbonate, or become an acid by becoming an carbonate.
iron + carbonic acid --> iron carbonate + hydrogen
You get lots of CO2 (Carbon Dioxide).
you get bleach
You get carbon dioxide.
They will become neutral
Salt will form
When aluminum carbonate is added to nitric acid, carbon dioxide gas is formed with aluminum nitrate and water.
A new solid starts to form.
CaCl2+CO2 Calcium Chloride+Carbon Dioxide
Dilute acid and calcium carbonate gives carbon dioxide and the appropriate salt E.g. 2HCl + CaCO3 -> H20 + CaCl2