Carbonate Reduction

Chemical Formula: CO3
Present as: anion

Carbonate is a form of alkalinity (along with bicarbonate and carbon dioxide). Carbonates readily combine with many divalent cations (especially calcium) to form a precipitant. Calcium carbonate precipitation is quite common in waters where the pH is > 9. Carbonate can be removed by various strong base anion resins and can be neutralized (acidified) by various cation resins.

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