When carbonic acid is formed by a chemical reaction, it can release what into the water ? How does it break down and how does it effect the

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When carbonic acid is formed by a chemical reaction, it can release what into the water ? How does it break down and how does it effect the acidity of the water?

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Dâu 7 months 2021-07-27T03:28:30+00:00 1 Answers 7 views 0

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    2021-07-27T03:30:21+00:00

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    Carbonic acid is formed from the reaction between Carbon dioxide and Water.

    H20+ CO2—> H2CO3

    The Carbonic acid then undergoes a dissociation reaction to give the products:

    1) hydrogen ion (H+)

    2)hydrogen carbonate ion (HCO3-)

    H2CO3—> H+ + HCO3-

    The H+ ion formed from the dissociation is what reacts with the water and lowers the pH as a result of the increase in the power of hydrogen ions which subsequently lowers the pH of the water thereby making it acidic.

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