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Edexcel GCSE Chemistry Carbonates

Carbonates

This page covers the following topics:

1. Reactions with carbonates
2. Carbon dioxide

Reactions of carbonates with dilute acids produces a salt, water and carbon dioxide gas.

Reactions with carbonates

Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas that occurs naturally in the atmosphere.

Carbon dioxide

1

Name the products produced in a reaction between calcium carbonate and hydrochloric acid.

Name the products produced in a reaction between calcium carbonate and hydrochloric acid.

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One method of collecting carbon dioxide is over water. Draw a labelled diagram to show the set up of this experiment.

One method of collecting carbon dioxide is over water. Draw a labelled diagram to show the set up of this experiment.

3

How do we identify carbon dioxide gas by using another solution?

How do we identify carbon dioxide gas by using another solution?

4

Name the products produced in the reaction of lead carbonate with HCl.

Name the products produced in the reaction of lead carbonate with HCl.

5

Write a balanced equation for the reaction of calcium carbonate with sulphuric acid.

Write a balanced equation for the reaction of calcium carbonate with sulphuric acid.

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