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What will happen if a solution of sodium hydrogen carbonate is heated? Give the equation of the reaction involved.
When a solution of sodium hydrogen carbonate is heated, it undergoes decomposition reaction to form sodium carbonate and carbon dioxide gas is liberated. The equation of the reaction involved is:
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