First, sorry for the bad english
Second, sorry for the bad Chemestry(Still in 1st year)
I´d like to know what "settles" a compound as "stable" or not
By "stable" I mean, a compound which cannot easily react. For instance, Na2CO3 + MgSO4 --> Na2SO4 + MgCO3 (As far as I am concern, that is not a "valid" reaction). Another exemple, I was told it is hard to react with NaCl, but why? Because its Ionic?
If yes, then why when I mix a Covalent(Acid) with a Ionic(Hydroxide) I get Water(Covalent)? What makes a reaction possible or not?
And, btw, which are the "most" stable?: H2SO4, NaCl, CO2, H2O, AgCl, HCl, Na2CO3, NaHCO3.
Thank you for all the *delete me*
Sorry for being stupid, if something is not clear please ask me!