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Why is H2SO4 not used in making Carbon (IV) Oxide?
 

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This is because sulphuric (vi) acid reacts with carbonates of Ba,pb,Ca to form an insoluble coating on the carbonate hence preventing further reaction.
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Because H2so
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Hydrogen sulfate (H2SO4), commonly known as sulfuric acid, is not used in the synthesis of carbon dioxide (CO2) because it does not contain the necessary elements to produce carbon dioxide. 

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