Worksheet: Reactions of Carbonates with Acids

In this worksheet, we will practice describing the reaction of carbonate with acid and deducing the type of salt produced from the type of acid used.

Q1:

Barium carbonate and hydrochloric acid react according to the equation: BaCO()+2HCl()BaCl()+CO()+HO()3222saqaqgl.

What mass of HCl is required for 1.2 g of BaCO3 to completely react?

What volume of 0.20 MHCl is required for 1.2 g of BaCO3 to completely react?

Q2:

What is the name of the salt produced by the reaction of sodium carbonate with nitric acid?

  • ASodium nitrate
  • BNitrated sodium
  • CSodium nitrogen
  • DSodium nitrite
  • ESodium nitride

Q3:

Which of the following is not a product of the reaction between a metal carbonate and an acid?

  • AWater
  • BA metal oxide
  • CA metal salt
  • DCarbon dioxide

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