Zero. A compound will never have a net ionic charge.
Carbonic acid is a neutral molecule. However, carbonic acid is unstable and often dissociates into a proton (which is donated to a base) and bicarbonate, which has a charge of -1. Loss of the other proton yields carbonate, which has a charge of -2.
The name of this compound is carbonic acid. This compound only exists in solution where dissolved carbon dioxide is in equilibrium with carbonic acid.
Carbonic acid is equivalent to carbon dioxide dissolved in water: in ionic form [2 H+ + (CO3)2-].
Hydrochloric acid (HCl) has an ionic charge of 0 or a neutral charge. Hydrogen has a plus 1 and Chlorine has a minus 1, creating a neutral or 0 charge.
No, carbonic acid is a weak acid.
Carbonic Acid It is an inorganic compound and a weak acid. Formula of Carbonic Acid H2CO3
Dilute carbonic acid is a carbonic acid solution that is in low concentration.
No. Carbonic acid is inorganic.
Carbonic acid is colourless.
No. Carbonic acid is never a strong acid.
HCl is hydrochloric acid. Carbonic acid is H2CO3
Formula for carbonic acid: H2CO3
Carbonic acid occurs naturally.
Carbonic acid is not electrolysed.