The component of vinegar that reacts with the calcite is acetic acid. The acid reacts with calcium carbonate to produce water, carbon dioxide, and calcium acetate.
This salt is magnesium sulfate.
Calcium hydroxide in limewater reacts with carbon dioxide to form calcium carbonate (insoluble and hence the emergence of murkiness) and water. Calcium carbonate can be considered as the salt formed from the neutralization of a strong base, calcium hydroxide, and a weak acid, carbonic acid. The pH of the solution of such a salt will be basic because the conjugate base of the weak acid, carbonate, is weakly basic.
its obvious..when an acid is reacting with a carbonate 3 things are made: Metal Salt Water Carbon Dioxide so the gas that would be given off is carbon dioxide
what happen when sodium hydrogen carbonate reacts with dilute h2so4
When an acid reacts with a carbonate, a salt, CO2, and water is formed. For example: HCl + NaCO3 ---> NaCl + CO2 + H2O
calcium propionate is formed
Blue, solid crytals
calcium sulphate + water
Calcium nitrate, carbon dioxide, and water.
Salt and Water are ALWAYS made when an acid reacts with a carbonate
Zinc bicarbonate: Zn(HCO3)2
The reaction is:Na2CO3 + H2SO4 ---------Na2SO4 + H2O + CO2