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My homework is about translating word equations and I need help in answering this question. Sodium phosphate reacts with calcium nitrate to produce sodium nitrate and calcium phosphate. What would be the answer?
I also need help with this other question because it is kind of confusing for me to understand it.
Nitrogen monoxide and water vapor are produced from a reaction between ammonia and oxygen. What would be the answer?
And the last question that I also need help with in answering it is...
Iron(ll) hydroxide reacts with hydrogen peroxide to produce iron(lll) hydroxide.
Please help me with these answers because I have tried to really answer them, but for some reason I can't answer them because I really get confuse when I try to answer them.
Here is a site to help you learn to write formulas. It is imperative that you learn how to write the formulas. That is how you translate word equations to chemical equations.
Sodium phosphate reacts with calcium nitrate to produce sodium nitrate and calcium phosphate. What would be the answer?
Sodium phosphate is Na3PO4.
Calcium nitrate is Ca(NO3)2
Calcium phosophate is Ca3(PO4)2.
Sodium nitrate is NaNO3.
Use this and the site I gave you above to learn how to write the formulas. Then you can do the others. For compounds like nitrogen monoxide is just what it sounds like; i.e., NO. Ammonia is NH3 and water is H2O.
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