Is there a chemical equation for this reaction?

NaCl is added to Na2CO3, what is the equation of the products? I assume it wouldn't change because there was no reaction when I mixed the two.

Answer:
Most likely they would not react because both are sodium based salts. The first answer would have been correct if u had used HCl but the question said NaCl.
The balanced chemical equation would be as follows:

Na2CO3 + 2HCl ---> 2NaCl + H2O + CO2
There are no reaction. Those reaction is used to form a Buffer solution

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