What is Sodium Carbonate, Balancing equation , uses and Videos etc…

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What is Sodium Carbonate ?

Sodium carbonate stands for Na2CO3. This sodium carbonate is known by many names. Laundry soda is also known as gray soda and the soda crystals known to most people.

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Sodium Carbonate
Sodium Carbonate

Sodium Carbonate

  • Molar Mass 105.9888 g/mol
  • Density 2.54 g/cm³
  • Melting point 851 °C
  • Boiling point 1,600 °C
  • PH – 7
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Acros Organics Sodium carbonate, anhydrous, pure (2.5kg) from Masterflex

Sodium Carbonate Balancing Equation:

Ex : 1 Sodium carbonate also emits carbon-dioxide gas when it is heated by any corbanate salt.

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Na2CO3 = Na2O + CO2

 

Ex : 2 Sodium carbonate also forms a salt called sodium chloride when hydrochloric acid is added. With it comes out water and carbon dioxide.

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                    Na2CO3 + HCl → NaCl + CO2 + H2O

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Sodium Carbonate Uses:

  1. Sodium carbonate is widely used to remove paper, glass, rayon fiber and dirt.
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2. Sodium carbonate is used extensively in the preparation of soft drinks and soft drinks.

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