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 Is sodium carbonate a hydrate?

Answer Sodium carbonate can exist as several hydrates in addition to its anhydrous ("dry") form. Common hydrates include monohydrate (one water molecule per sodium carbonate) and decahydrate (10 water mol... Read More »
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Is sodium a carbonate or a hydrogen carbonate?

Sodium, in its ionized (charged) form of Na⁺, can combine with a negatively charged ion. Sodium ion assumes a charge of +1, whereas carbonate ion (CO₃²⁻) assumes a charge of -2. If sodium co... Read More »
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Is sodium carbonate toxic?

Slightly toxic, sodium carbonate can cause abdominal pain, diarrhea, vomiting, and even death when ingested in large amounts, warns Texas A&M University. Inhaling particles of the white powder can ... Read More »
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Is sodium carbonate an acid?

Sodium carbonate, also referred to as soda ash, is used in detergent production, glass production and water purification. Sodium carbonate has a pH of 11.6, which means it is highly basic or alkali... Read More »
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Strontium Chloride & Sodium Carbonate?

Strontium chloride is the water-soluble chloride salt of the alkaline earth metal strontium. Sodium carbonate is the salt of the alkali metal, sodium, with the very weak carbonic acid. Strontium ch... Read More »
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