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carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, water.
No. Acid will generally react with metal to produce hydrogen. In order to produce carbon dioxide, and acid must react with a carbonate.
Bases and acids do not always react to form carbon dioxide.
Glucose react with oxygen. That is to produce energy
Carbon don't react with acids, except concentrated Nitric acid. Concentrated nitric acid reacts with carbon to produce Water, Carbon dioxide, and Nitrogen dioxide.
Acids react with carbonates or hydrogencarbonates to liberate carbon dioxide gas. Eg: Acid like hydrochloric acid (HCl) reacts with sodim hydrogencarbonate (NaHCO3) to produce sodium chloride(NaCl), water(H2O) and carbon dioxide(CO2).
Such salts are known as carbonates.
The gas carbon dioxide is released.
Carbonates of active metals.
No Chroloflourocarbons can not react with carbon dioxide
No. Acids react with metals to produce hydrogen gas.
Carbon dioxide can react with low oxygen atmosphere to produce carbon monoxide which is a highly poisonous gas. Too much Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere caused global warming.
Carbon dioxide. Carbonates react with acids to produce carbon dioxide gas.
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