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Carbonic acid

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Carbonic acid is a chemical compound. Its chemical formula is H2CO3. Carbonic acid is a weak acid. It forms two kinds of salts: the carbonates and the bicarbonates. In geology, carbonic acid causes limestone to dissolve, making calcium bicarbonate.[1]

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  1. "2.1 Acid-Base Balance". www.anaesthesiamcq.com. Retrieved 2020-09-23.