Ti3+ and (CO3)2−?

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  • 3 weeks ago

    There is no titanium(III) carbonate.  Titanium(III) is too acidic for the carbonate compound to be stable.  Should Ti^3+ ions and carbonate ions be added together, the carbonate will form CO2 gas.

    2Ti^3+ + 3CO3^2- + 3H2O --> 2Ti(OH)3(s) + 3CO2(g)

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    Kenny probably means Ti2(CO3)3.  But you won't find that in the Handbook of Chemistry and Physics, nor in any other sources.  Titanium(II) carbonate, TiCO3), is stable enough to exist. 

  • KennyB
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    3 weeks ago

    Ti2(CO3)2

    Assuming you are asking for the product of these two reactants

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