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Which Balanced Equation Represents The Acid - Base Reaction Involving Hydrochloric Acid Hcl And

What is a balanced equation of the reaction between hydrochloric acid and sodium carbonate?

2HCl + Na2CO3 → 2NaCl + H20 + CO2

Which equation represents an acid-based reaction according to the Lewis definition but not according to the Br?

According to Lewis acid-base theory
Acid = electron acceptor
Base = electron donor
According Bronsted-Lowry theory:
Acid = proton donor
base = proton acceptor
The answer is
Cu2+(aq) + 4 NH3(aq) <==> Cu(NH3)42+(aq)
Cu^2+ does not have any proton (H) in its formula. It accepts electron pairs from N of NH3.

Which balanced equation represents the acid - base reaction involving hydrochloric acid (HCl) and calcium hydroxide Ca (OH) 2?

A)HCL (aq) +2Ca (OH)2(aq)---> 2CaCl(aq)+H2o(l)
B)2HCL(aq)+Ca(OH)2(aq)---> CaCl (aq)+2H2O (l)
C)3HCL(aq)+2Ca(OH)2 (aq)---> 3CaCl2(aq)+H3O (g)
D)HCL(aq) +Ca (OH) 2 (aq) ---> CaCl (aq)+H2(g)+O2 (g)

What is the reaction of potassium carbonate and hydrochloric acid?

K2CO3 + 2HCl → H2O + CO2 + 2KClWhen potassium carbonate reacts with hydrochloric acid it vigorously produce carbon dioxide gas, leaving the aqueous state of potassium chloride.Hopes this helps:)

Which chemical equation represents the reaction of an arrhenius acd and an Arrhenius base?

a. you need to be able to show the dissociation for a complete answer-
2h2o = oh- + h3o+ and that is the only one above for which you can do it.

Hydrochloric acid dissolves solid aluminum hydroxide equation?

What is the formula for this? I was doing double displacement equations and this one popped up and I'm not sure how I would write this one out because of the aluminum hydroxide being a solid. I think it might just be how the question is worded but can you help me figure out the equation for it?

Thank you so much!

What is the reaction between Calcium Carbonate and Hydrochloric Acid?

When hydrochloric acid reacts with any carbonates/hydrogen carbonates the products formed are metal chloride , water and carbon dioxide.Since HCl decomposes salts of weaker acids.So the equation of the reaction between calcium carbonate  and HCl is:CaCO3+2HCl =CaCl2+2H2O+CO2This reaction is also known as double decomposition reaction.

How do I complete and balance an equation for reaction of hydrochloric acid (HCl) with sodium hydroxide (NaOH)?

(2)HCl + (2)NaOH→ (2)NaCl + (2)H2OH total left = 4, Cl total left = 2, Na total left = 2, O total left = 2H total right = 4, Cl total right = 2, Na total right = 2 O total right = 2first balance the Cl and Na, then hydrogens, then oxygens. always balance the oxygens = 8