Iron + Sulphur = Iron Sulphide. I think this is the word equation.
The chemical formula for calcium sulphide is CaS
Calcium sulphide is a compund, it has the formula CaS, and is a white solid.
calcium and sulfur
No. Calcium Sulphide is one counter example.No. Calcium Sulphide is one counter example.No. Calcium Sulphide is one counter example.No. Calcium Sulphide is one counter example.
it is magnesium copper carbonate+hydoxide sulphide
Well you didnt make it clear whether you wanted the word equation or symbol equation, so the word equation is calcium nitrate+sulfate.
calcium oxide --> calcium + oxygen
Calcium and sulfur as CaS
Word equation= iron + sulphur ➜ Iron sulphide Symbol equation= Fe + S ➜ FeS
Calcium + Oxygen -----> CalciumOxide
The word equation for the thermal decomposition of calcium carbonate is: calcium carbonate = calcium oxide + carbon dioxide this is a reversible change if you heat them stronger they will form calcium carbonate again!
Calcium and sulphur.
Magnesium+Sulphur=Magnesium Sulphide (Mg+S=MgS)
i think its calcium hydroxide x
Calcium Sulphide = CaS
calcium + oxygen --> calcium oxide Ca + O --> CaO
Calcium+hydrochloric acid = calcium chloride+ hydrogen the base for any equation is metal+acid=hydrogen+salt
calcium carbonate --> calcium oxide --> calcium hydroxide --> calcium hydroxide solution
Calcium oxide reacts with water to form calcium hydroxide. This is a highly exothermic reaction. The equation is calcium oxide + water -> calcium hydroxide.
calcium chloride + water