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so this one probably has a very simple explanation but i"m a bit pooped out, so maybe you can help me.Why is carbon dioxide a product of this reaction và what are the other products besides CO2?
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so this one probably has a very simple explanation but i"m a bit pooped out, so maybe you can help me.Why is carbon dioxide a sản phẩm of this reaction and what are the other products besides CO2?
H20 should be a hàng hóa as wellif we balance the equation we should find two H+ floating around, and thus we"ll end up getting H2CO3 (carbonic acid) which dissociates lớn CO2 và H20
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H20 should be a sản phẩm as wellif we balance the equation we should find two H+ floating around, và thus we"ll end up getting H2CO3 (carbonic acid) which dissociates to CO2 and H20
I thought that the carbonic acid would form. How does it dissociate into CO2? I"m assuming 2 protons "attack" one of those O with an extra e-, resulting in water. Yes? no?
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I thought that the carbonic acid would form. How does it dissociate into CO2? I"m assuming 2 protons "attack" one of those O with an extra e-, resulting in water. Yes? no?
carbonic acid does form, but we show the reaction going khổng lồ completion resulting in its dissociation into CO2 & H202 HCl + CO3(-2) --> H2CO3 CO2(g) + H20(l) + 2Cl-carbonate is a moderately strong base so it"s going lớn abstract the protons from HCl & form H2CO3 (that"s about all you need to know for the mechanism) which is in equilibrium with H20 và CO2.we can also write it as:2 HCl + CO3(-2) --> CO2(g) + H20(l) + 2Cl-does that help?
Carbonic acid is just unstable. It automatically degrades into H2O & CO2, which are just the lewis acid (CO2) & attacking base (H2O) forms of carbonic acid.
Reviving this old thread.Can anyone explain whyH2CO3 --> H20 + CO2instead ofH2CO3 --> H + HCO3?Is it because it"s a strong acid HCl being added & nothing could ever accept the H+ from H2CO3?
That"s certainly one reason you could expect this reaction khổng lồ proceed lớn completion for the most part. In general there is an equilibrium established between H2CO3, HCO3 and H+ , & CO2 + H2O. This equilibrium is important for the maintenance of blood pH as well and understanding the relationship between pulmonary ventilation & blood pH. The reaction hasn"t proceeded khổng lồ completion at the step you isolated (H2CO3 -> H+ & HCO3+) although this step does exist & forms part of the equilibrium equation.Hope this helps somewhat.
carbonic acid does form, but we show the reaction going khổng lồ completion resulting in its dissociation into CO2 & H202 HCl + CO3(-2) --> H2CO3 CO2(g) + H20(l) + 2Cl-carbonate is a moderately strong base so it"s going lớn abstract the protons from HCl và form H2CO3 (that"s about all you need to lớn know for the mechanism) which is in equilibrium with H20 and CO2.we can also write it as:2 HCl + CO3(-2) --> CO2(g) + H20(l) + 2Cl-does that help?


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Nucleophile attacks electrophile. Oxygen attacks hydrogen và forms bicarb ion. This can continue until "carbonic acid" is formed.