#1
Okay just a quick chem question and i'll delete it to stop the board clogging if it's answered

Basically i have:

"____" + "__________" -> CO2 + H20 + N2SO4

It's an acid carbonate reaction, but i can't remember the names of the two base molecules

Any help?
#4
Hmm....I got....nitrogen carbonate? What is the world coming to?!

On the other hand, they might have put N to represent any substance (without realising that it's already Nitrogen. Idiots)
#5
^ Well yeah i guessed it was Nitrogen carbonate, but the chemical formula for it is invisible on google searches
#7
Quote by philipisabeast
^ Well yeah i guessed it was Nitrogen carbonate, but the chemical formula for it is invisible on google searches

Have you ever considered the fact that Nitrogen Carbonate DOESN'T EXIST?!

Or at least I don't think it does.
#8
^ That response i gave was that to the claim that it did exist, i guessed that there was Nitrogen Sulphate, as i'm not chemistry god yet and then i researched and found that there were no hits on it that it doesnt exist

So yeah any ideas to complete the symbol equation?
#11
Hrm it could be a typo, i guess it wouldn't be ultra complex as its only early A level chemistry