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Answer to Question #15106 in Inorganic Chemistry for Joe Butler

Question #15106
Why does Magnesium Carbonate decompose at a cooler temperature at a cooler temperature than sodium carbonate?
Expert's answer
Because the strength of the chemical bond between the compound containing
calcium are stronger than between magnesium in a similar compound. Therefore, to
break those bond (in the case of magnesium) need less energy (and less
temperature).

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