carbonic acid

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a weak acid known only in solution

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The interaction causes the carbonic acid to break down more and binds with minerals that are transported to the oceans and eventually stored in the seafloor. 
Moreover, free carbonate ions can be made by hydrolysis, not just by dissociation of carbonic acid as was once assumed.
This targeted treatment mask uses an effervescent bubble effect and a complex of carbonic acid and natural fruits acids to help deeply clear out pores.
Carbonic anhydrase (CA) reversibly catalyses reaction of formation of carbonic acid [24].
The HC[O.sub.3.sup.-] is then converted to carbonic acid by proteins in the blood, which dehydrates to release C[O.sub.2].
The second reaction describes the conversion of C[O.sub.2] into carbonic acid. The third and fourth reactions are the primary ionization and secondary ionization of carbonic acid, respectively.
This water is the source of hydrate formation, and in combination with C[O.sub.2], it forms a weak carbonic acid ([H.sub.2]C[O.sub.3]), as shown in (1).
- Recovered CO2 from Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation's Mizushima Plant used to produce liquefied carbonic acid gas
Carbonic acid, as found in fizzy drinks and champagne.
Water Treatment Solutions also offers a pH adjust system that utilizes an injection of carbonic acid formed by the combination of carbon dioxide and water.
"The acids in the body are classified as volatile acids (carbonic acid, [H.sub.2][CO.sub.3]) and fixed acids, which are nonvolatile acids ingested from the diet or produced within the body as intermediary or end products of metabolism.
Carbonic anhydrase enzyme facilitates the chemical interaction between C[O.sub.2] and water producing carbonic acid ([H.sub.2]C[O.sub.3]).
That compound turns into carbonic acid, which makes the drink zesty, but not super for your teeth.
Carbon dioxide itself is not an acid, but when it combines with water (especially in the presence of the catalyst carbonic anhydrase), the weak acid carbonic acid forms.