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write the balanced ionic equation of K2CO3+HCl

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    Not much to it.

    K2CO3 + 2HCl = H2CO3 + 2KCl

    But H2CO3, or carbonic acid is just carbonated water, and winds up as CO2 + H2O

    So, you wind up with salty fizzy water which then goes flat.

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