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There is no reaction between them.




The balanced word equation for copper carbonate and hydrochloric acid is: Copper Carbon Dioxide + hydrosulphate - coppersulphate + water + carbon dioxide




Copper Hydroxide plus Hydrochloric Acid gives Copper Chloride and Water


copper carbonate + hydrochloric acid goes to copper chloride +water + carbon dioxide


Copper carbonate + hydrochloric acid = Copper chloride + water + carbon dioxide


copper+oxygen-----copper oxide



Copper(II) carbonate + Sulphuric acid ----> Copper(II) sulphate +Water + Carbon dioxide


Word equation Copper Carbonate ----> Copper Oxide and Carbon dioxide Balanced equation CuCO3 ----> CuO + CO2


For word equation, we write the complete names of the products on the left hand side of the arrow and complete names of products on the right side of the arrow. Example; Copper oxide + Hydrogen ---------> Copper + Water


Balanced equation: CuO + 2HCl --> CuCl2 + H2O Word equation: One mole of copper (II) oxide plus two moles of hydrochloric acid produces (or yields) one mole of copper (II) chloride plus one mole of water.


Symbol Equation= CuCO3 - CuO + CO2 Word Equation= Copper Carbonate - Copper Oxide + Carbon Dioxide


The word equations for the reaction between copper and oxygen is copper+oxygen= copper oxide.


I assume you mean copper(II) oxide, which is black, and not copper(I) oxide which is orangey-red.copper oxide + sulfuric acid --> copper sulfate + water.


Word equation:copper (II) carbonate --> copper oxide + carbon dioxideSymbol equation:CuCO3 --> CuO +CO2


Copper oxides are CuO and Cu2O.



The chemical formula for copper oxide is CuO.


The iron will displace the copper as it is more reactive. here's the equation: iron + copper sulphate = iron sulphate +copper





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