H2CO3


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H2CO3

Formula for carbonic acid.
CAS # 463-79-6
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Can anyone tell me if any in-depth research has been done to see if greenhouse gases are being produced when bricks, concrete, mortar, tarmac and other materials used in construction are heated by the rays of the sun or come into contact with carbonic acid, (rainwater), H2CO3 or acid rain.
This experiment was designed to test the hypothesis that using different concentration of carbonic acid (H2CO3) would decrease the internal, external temperature of the fuel and the heat flux of the diffusion and smoldering flames much faster and effectively than just water in a pressurized cylinder, 0.2M, 0.15M, 0.10M, and 0.05M concentrations of carbonic acid were prepared to spray on flames.
In moist soil, the CO2 will combine with water to form carbonic acid (H2CO3).