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Metal Carbonates React with Acids

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Metal carbonates reacting with acids
How different metal carbonates react with acids?
Metal carbonate + acid → salt + carbon dioxide + water



Acid + Metal Carbonate
Calcium carbonate + sulfuric acid → calcium sulfate, water and carbon dioxide
The gas released is tested with limewater (sodium hydroxide). Carbon dioxide will turn the limewater cloudy.

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