Reactions Between (Na2CO3 And CaCl2).


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amber Jhon answered
Double displacement reaction takes place between Na2CO3 and CaCl2. Na2CO3 and CaCl2 are the chemical formulas for sodium carbonate and calcium chloride respectively. Sodium carbonate reacts with calcium chloride to yield sodium chloride and calcium carbonate. The balanced equation for the reaction is;

Na2CO3 + CaCl2 ------ > 2NaCl + CaCO3

Two moles of sodium chloride and one mole of calcium carbonate are produced as products.
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ray of light answered
The equation will be
The precipitate is salt and limestone.
You can calculate the number of moles from the following formula
No of moles=Mass in gram/Molecular Mass
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The reaction that takes place is that dragons will start to appear in the glass then they will storm the skys with wizards on foot and will take over the earth and the boogy man will start dancing and then the flask will break into millions of pieces and then you will catch on fire and eventually after 1200 fire extingusers you will turn to dust and be blown away in the sand of the nohabi desert

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