Phenol does''t react with sodium carbonate sodium bicarbonate, Chemistry

Why phenol does not react with sodium carbonate & sodium bicarbonate?

 Reason: This is because Phenol is less acidic than H2CO3 and hence the reaction doesnt takes place.

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