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What is the balanced chemical equation for the reaction used to calculate of delta Hdagrees f of CaCO3(s)?

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  1. If this is for the formation of CaCO3, that is from the elements.
    Ca(s) + O2(g) + C(graphite) ==> CaCO3(s)
    You will need to balance it.

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