what is the reaction between copper carbonate and sulphuric acid?

CuCO3 + H2SO4 --> ........ + ......... + ........

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When a metal carbonate and an acid react they form a salt, water and carbon dioxide
javaid.aslam
26 June 2011
i don't know how to put them into symbol equations, can you help?
jjbaby
26 June 2011
Can you work out the rest of the chemical equation now?
javaid.aslam
26 June 2011
Ok do you know what the chemical symbols for water and carbon dioxide are?
javaid.aslam
26 June 2011
erm water is H20 and carbon dioxide is O2?
jjbaby
26 June 2011
Yes water is H2O, carbon dioxide is CO2. Because chemical reactions have to be balanced the remaining elements form a salt. Can you work out which one it is?
javaid.aslam
26 June 2011
CO2*
jjbaby
26 June 2011
Copper Sulphate again
javaid.aslam
26 June 2011
CuC03 + H2SO4 -> CuSO4 + H20 + CO2
javaid.aslam
26 June 2011
CuCO3 + H2SO4 = CuSO4 + H2O + CO2 I think
Silene
08 November 2020
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