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What happens when calcium carbonate reacts with?

Calcium carbonate reacts with acids to produce a calcium salt, water and carbon dioxide.

Which product is obtained when calcium carbide reacts with heavy water?

It is known to you that when normal water reacts with calcium carbide it produces acetylene gas and calcium hydroxide.

How does heavy water reacts with Al4C3?

It reacts with heavy water to form aluminium hydroxide nd methane, that is , Al4C3 + H20 = AL(OH)3 + CH4..

What are the products formed when calcium carbide reacts with water?

Calcium carbide(CaC2) reacts with water to produce acetylene gas(C2H2). The chemical reaction can be written as; CaC2+2H2O→C2H2+Ca(OH)2.

What happens when Aluminium carbide reacts water?

Aluminium carbide(Al4C3) reacts with water to form methane(CH4). The chemical reaction can be written as; Al4C3+12H2O→4Al(OH)3+3CH4.

What will be the product obtained when a reacts with heavy water?

The reaction of ethylmagnesium chloride with heavy water forms mono deuterated ethane.

Where is heavy water made?

Heavy water is produced at Ontario Hydro’s heavy water plant ‘B’ at the Bruce Power Development in Tiverton, Ontario. The heavy water is not manufactured, but rather it is extracted from the quantity that is found naturally in lake water.

What is heavy water write its important uses?

The heavy water produced is used as a moderator of neutrons in nuclear power plants. In the laboratory heavy water is employed as an isotopic tracer in studies of chemical and biochemical processes.

How do calcium phosphide and heavy water react?

Calcium phosphide reacts vigorously with water to generate gaseous PH3. Based on a scenario where the chemical is spilled into an excess of water (at least 5 fold excess of water), half of the maximum theoretical yield of Phosphine gas will be created in 15 minutes.

What happens when water is added to calcium phosphide?

Calcium phosphide appears as red-brown crystals to gray granular lumps. It reacts with water to form calcium hydroxide and phosphine, a flammable poisonous gas. Phosphine will normally ignite spontaneously in contact with air.

What is the formula for calcium phosphite?

CaHPO3