It is the reaction product of water and carbon dioxide and exists in an equilibrium with water and carbon dioxide whenever the latter is dissolved in the former, for instance in soda water or blood
What will be the electrolysis products of carbonic acid?
Carbonic acid is not electrolysed.
Asked in Science, Acids and Bases
Is Hydrochloric acid is stronger than carbonic acid?
Hydrochloric acid is a strong acid. Carbonic is a weak acid.
What are the adverse affects of excess carbonic acid in the human body?
Carbonic acid is a part of your body's exchange of oxygen and CO2. Carbonic acid will be lethal. See carbonic anhydase and carbonic anhydrase inhibitor. ...
Asked in Geology, Paleontology, Organic Chemistry
What are the effects of carbonic acid on limestone?
Carbonic acid dissolves limestone.
Asked in Geology, Chemistry, Acids and Bases
Where is carbonic acid naturally found?
Carbonic acid is normally found in the water of every ocean and sea, and in lakes and rivers, as well as in precipitation. Carbon dioxide exists in the atmosphere, and where ever air comes in contact with water in any form, carbonic acid forms (though it's less so with ice). ...
What is the name of an acid in soft drink that starts with a C?
Citric acid is found in most soft drinks. Carbonic acid