Copper carbonate being heated

Copper carbonate being heated

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Caption: Copper carbonate being heated. Upon heating, copper carbonate (CuCO3, green) forms copper oxide (CuO, black) and carbon dioxide gas (CO2). Breaking one substance down into two or more substances using heat is called thermal decomposition. The formula for this reaction is: CuCO3 ---> CuO + CO2.

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Keywords: bunsen burner, chemical, chemicals, chemistry, compound, copper carbonate, copper oxide, cuco3, cuo, experiment, heat, heating, school, test tube, thermal decomposition

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