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|C1.2.1 Calcium carbonate||C1 Lesson 10 Carbonates|
|c||The carbonates of magnesium, copper, zinc, calcium and sodium decompose on heating in a similar way.||
metal carbonates decompose on heating to give carbon dioxide and the metal oxide
|f||Carbonates react with acids to produce carbon dioxide, a salt and water. Limestone is damaged by acid rain.|
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b) Calcium carbonate can be decomposed by heating (thermal decomposition) to make calcium oxide and carbon dioxide.
f) Carbonates react with acids to produce carbon dioxide, a salt and water. Limestone is damaged by acid rain.
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- Have a range of metal carbonates eg calcium and magnesium and add a range of bench acids to the boiling tubes. Have delivery tube into test tube of limewater and watch it go cloudy.
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