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Transitions of carbonates are listed under the individual salts. 3. 4. Densities for individual carbonates are given for each salt. 2 CO, CO2, AND O2 The CO2 produced by the decomposition of a carbonate dissociates partly to CO and O2. However, at temperatures for which most of the carbonate equilibria have been calculated, the decomposition of CO2 is very slight. Therefore, the decomposition equilibria for carbonates have been given in terms of CO2 only. 4. 21 atm O2) the decomposition will be partially repressed.

31 A. The resonance energy is 176 kJ per mole. 2 GENERAL FEATURES OF CARBONATE DECOMPOSITION All carbonates decompose with the evolution of CO2, the decomposition product being either the corresponding oxide or a basic carbonate, the latter decomposing with further evolution of CO2 as the temperature is raised. The oxides of some metals are unstable in the same temperature range as the corresponding carbonates, so the decomposition occurs as simultaneous reactions MCO3 = MO + CO2(g) MO = M(g) + 1/2 O2(g) Consequently, the gas phase contains CO2, M, and O2.

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