Calcium Bicarbonate?

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Calcium hydrogen carbonate is not a known solid compound and it exists in aqueous solutions with a combination of ions calcium dissolved carbon dioxide, bicarbonate and carbonate. Bicarbonates are major cause of hard water, CaCO3(s) + H2O(l) + CO2(g) ? Ca(HCO3)2(as).
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1 Additional Answer
Calcium bicarbonate is also known as calcium hydrogencarbonate. Its chemical formula is (Ca(HCO3)2). It exists in aqueous solution that contains calcium, bicarbonate and carbonate ions. It is what causes hardness in water.
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