What reaction occurred between the carbon dioxide and lime water?
If you pass carbon bi oxide through lime water, it turns milky. This happens due to formation of calcium carbonate particles, which is insoluble in water. Formula being Ca(OH)2 + CO2 = CaCO3 + H2O.
How would oxygen be represented in the fA chemical reaction has NOT occurred if the products haveormula equation for the reaction of methane and oxygen to yield carbon dioxide and water?
To the original questioneer: I've tried to split the wording of this question but it's still not understandable: "How would oxygen be represented in the f--ormula equation for the reaction of methane and oxygen to yield carbon dioxide and water -- A chemical reaction has NOT occurred if the products have -- " So could the questioneer please rephrase it? JdQ
Fire is not made out of carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is a product of fire. Fire is a chemical reaction between oxygen and some flammable substance. Since most flammable materials contain carbon, most fires will produce carbon dioxide. Carbon dioxide is completely non-flammable and can cut a fire off from its supply of oxygen.
The balloon inflates with carbon dioxide because mixing baking soda and vinegar causes a chemical reaction between the acetic acid in vinegar and sodium bicarbonate in baking soda. Once the reaction completes its first step, the product is carbonic acid that decomposes into carbon dioxide and water. When the entire reaction is complete sodium acetate, water, and carbon dioxide remain. The carbon dioxide is the gas that fills the balloon.