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CALCITE MINERAL REACTS TO HYDROCHLORIC ACID<br />
An Exothermic Reaction<br />
Calcite placed in a flask of HCl reacts with the acid, forming calcium chloride and carbon dioxide, which appear in the solution as bubbles.

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CALCITE MINERAL REACTS TO HYDROCHLORIC ACID
An Exothermic Reaction
Calcite placed in a flask of HCl reacts with the acid, forming calcium chloride and carbon dioxide, which appear in the solution as bubbles.

Copyright:© 1991 Chip Clark - Fundamental Photographs

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