posted by Anonymous on .
In the balanced equation for the combustion of 2,2,4-trimethyloctane (C11H24), the coefficient of the organic compound is...the coefficient of oxygen gas is ...the coefficient of carbon dioxide gas is...and the coefficient of liquid water is.
This type is balanced by trial and error and it is a relatively simple one. What do you not understand about balancing by trial and error?
It is apparent that you understand Chemistry. I on the other hand do not. I here looking for direction, not to play silly mind games with you.
And I am here to help. I don't play silly mind games. I can balance all of the equations you post and it won't do you one bit of good. On the other hand, if I can identify some of the problems you have about understanding how to do these, perhaps I can show you how to do them. When you know how to do them you won't rely on others to do them for you.