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Reaction of sodium carbonate in acid

Reaction of sodium carbonate in acid

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Reaction of sodium carbonate in acid. This is an example of an acid-carbonate reaction. Here, the acid is ethanoic acid (a weak acid found in vinegar). The reaction produces a metal salt (here the soluble sodium ethanoate), carbon dioxide (the bubbles seen here) and water. This reaction can be compared to reactions with stronger acids, such as hydrochloric acid.

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