A salt of the anion CO32-, typically formed by reaction of carbon dioxide with bases
A white crystalline solid that slowly decomposes giving off ammonia and is an ingredient of sal volatile
A white, insoluble solid occurring naturally as chalk, limestone, marble, and calcite, and forming mollusk shells and stony corals
A white alkaline compound with many commercial applications including the manufacture of soap and glass
A fluorine-containing mineral of the apatite group occurring as colourless or whitish crystals in some sedimentary rocks.
An insoluble white solid, MgCO3, which occurs naturally as the mineral magnesite, and is used as an antacid, as a food additive, as a white pigment, etc.