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aqueous solution of carbon dioxide, H2CO3.
carbonic acid anhydrase carbonic anhydrase.
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car·bon·ic ac·id(kar-bon'ik as'id),
H2CO3, formed from H2O and CO2.
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carbonic acida compound formed by carbon dioxide and water.
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