Please clarify the units of concentration of carbonate and bicarbonate. "mgl" is not a unit of concentration (it's not a unit of anything to my knowledge. To answer this question, you need the concentration of both ions. So either provide the amount of both ions AND the amount of water, or just specify the concentration (in unit of molarity, or moles per liter preferably).
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phenolphthalein alkalinity is due to hydroxide n carbonate salts in water...nd total alkalinity is mainly due to bicarbonate salts in water..
You mean alkalinity? Alkalinity measures the ability of a solution to neutralize acids to the equivalence point of carbonate or bicarbonate. The alkalinity is equal to the stoichiometric sum of the bases in solution.
1. M-Alkalinity (also known as Total Alkalinity) measures the amount of carbonate, bicarbonate and hydroxide present in terms of "ppm as calcium carbonate". ( M-Alkalinity measurement is based on a sulphuric acid titration using a Methyl orange indicator that goes from yellow at a pH of 4.5 to orange at pH of 4.4 at the endpoint.) 2. P-Alkalinity measures the amount of carbonate and hydroxyl alkalinity present in terms of "ppm as calcium carbonate". P-alkalinity is measured down to a pH of 8.3. The M-alkalinity is measured down to a pH of 4.3.
Alkalinity of water is its acid-neutralizing capacity. It is the sum of all titratable bases. Because the alkalinity of many surface water is primarily a function of carbonate, bicarbonate and hydroxide content, it is taken as an indication of the concentration of these constituent.
You can raise pH only by using sodium carbonate which is mostly sold as pH plus. Don't use bicarbonate which will raise pH but also raises the alkalinity.
CO32- is carbonate; bicarbonate is the archaic term for hydrogen carbonate, HCO3-.
"Fruit salt" is an antacid containing sodium bicarbonate, sodium carbonate and citric acid.
Carbonate is the CO₃²⁻ ion; bicarbonate is the HCO₃⁻ ion, also called the “hydrogen carbonate” ion. Thus sodium carbonate is Na₂CO₃ and sodium bicarbonate is NaHCO₃.
20 Mule Team Borax Laundry Booster (sodium tetraborate), be found at many grocery stores will raise your pool's pH, but it will not have as much effect on your pool's alkalinity as baking soda (sodium bicarbonate, Alk Up) or soda ash (sodium carbonate, pH Up) If your alkalinity is low you can use baking soda (sodium bicarbonate) to raise your alkalinity and PH. Baking Soda raises PH and Alkalinity at the same time. Baking Soda has the same ingredients as Alkalinity plus, but half the price.
The pH range for carbonate-bicarbonate buffer is 9,2.
No. The main active ingredient in baking soda is SodiumBicarbonate, not Calcium Bicarbonate.Also, calcium bicarbonate exists only in aqueous solution containing the ions calcium, dissolved carbon dioxide, bicarbonate, and carbonate.Baking soda (sodium bicarbonate), usually is prepared by the reaction of calcium carbonate, sodium chloride, ammonia, and carbon dioxide in water.
No. Sodium carbonate is Na2CO3. Sodium bicarbonate is NaHCO3. Sodium carbonate is a stronger base.
When carbon dioxide is added to water containing sodium hydroxide carbonate ions are formed but the excess of carbon dioxide produces bicarbonate ions on evaporation a mixture of sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate is obtained.
No Sodium carbonate is Na2CO3 while sodium bicarbonate is NaHCO3 Sodium carbonate is a stronger base.
It is actually Hydrogen. Sodium Bicarbonate is properly known as Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate, and sometimes Sodium Acid Carbonate (Hydrogen makes it an acid)CompareNaHCO3 (sodium bicarbonate)Na2CO3 (sodium carbonate)Since sodium carbonate takes two sodium ions for each carbonate, and bicarbonate has only one, ratio of carbonate ions to sodium ion doubles, hence the term bicarbonate.
Bicarbonate of soda (or baking soda) is sodium bicarbonate or NaHCO3Sodium carbonate (washing soda) is Na2CO3
NO, only the Bicarbonate contains Hydrogen (H.) A Carbonate is represented as (CO3)^-2, whereas A Bicarbonate is (HCO3)^-1
Sodium bicarbonate is NaHCO3, Calcium carbonate is CaCO3.
Sodium carbonate has a pH of about 11, and sodium bicarbonate has a pH of 8.
CO32- carbonate, HCO3- bicarbonate or hydrogen carbonate
The recommended pH for pools is 7.2 - 7.8. Sodium bicarbonate or soda ash will raise the pH. Sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) will raise the Total Alkalinity. Soda ash (sodium carbonate) will raise the pH. They are not interchangeable.
Sodium carbonate is Na2CO3 where as sodium bicarbonate (or baking soda) is NaHCO3.
Carbonate is an anion, CO32-. Bicarbonate refers to an anion which is similar but has a proton bonded to it, HCO3-.
No. A carbonate is a substance that contains either the carbonate ion or the bicarbonate ion.