Problem: A 1.50-g sample of an unknown alkali-metal carbonate was dissolved in water, and 31.10 mL of 0.350 M CaCl2 was required to precipitate all the carbonate ions as CaCO3. Give the name and formula of the unknown compound.

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A 1.50-g sample of an unknown alkali-metal carbonate was dissolved in water, and 31.10 mL of 0.350 M CaCl2 was required to precipitate all the carbonate ions as CaCO3. Give the name and formula of the unknown compound.

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