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Aluminium carbonate does not exist. Explain.

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Aluminum carbonate (Al2(CO3)3) does not exist as a stable compound under normal conditions because it is highly unstable and rapidly decomposes into its constituent parts, aluminum oxide (Al2O3) and carbon dioxide (CO2), when exposed to water or even moist air.

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It is simply too stable and would rather be broken down instead 
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