Posted by Derrick on Sunday, July 11, 2010 at 8:50pm.
I was getting restless to post these questions, so I decided to go ahead and post them.
Balance each of the following skeleton equations.
B) Na + F2 > NaF
I balanced out this equation like this.
Na + F2 > Na2F OR would I write it as
> Na + F2 > NaF2 , would the 2 go before the F, or after the F?

Chemistry  DrBob222, Sunday, July 11, 2010 at 10:08pm
Na + F2 > NaF
I balanced out this equation like this.
Na + F2 > Na2F OR would I write it as
> Na + F2 > NaF2 , would the 2 go before the F, or after the F?
Neither. Rule #1 when balancing equations; thou shalt not change the subscripts. Thou may change the coefficients ONLY.
2Na + F2 ==> 2NaF
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