two more questions.... 1. so when you use the superscript ^- that is the same as saying ^-1 ? 2. what are OH^-1 and H^+1 in the equations? (liquid , or gas)
okay..... K^+1 + OH^-1 + H^+1 + Br(not sure which ionization number to put here)-> K^+1 + Br + H20 (l) also, i am not sure what the other ions are.... (aq)? is my guess Then the net ionic equation is... OH^-1 + H^+1 -> H2O (l)
Thank you so much for giving me a step-by-step! I am homeschooled so i have no one to ask. I have had trouble with this and you are the only thing that has clearly told me how to do this. I only asked bob pursley b/c he gave me the answer last time and i was fustrated and look...
i do not know how to break down the ions when i know that they are soluble. for example...Ca(HO)2 is soluable but i dont know what to do with the two or what superscripts to use...
Is the answer you gave the ionic and net ionic equation....
You helped me earlier today whith one of these problems... and i have two more...... What is the ionic and net ionic equation? 1. Ca(HO)2(aq)+ Na2CO3(aq)-> CaCO3 -> (s)+ 2NaOH (aq) I dont understand why there are two arrows? This is what i have so far... Ca+2OH+Na2(aq)+C...
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Chemistry Octane Combustion
Write the balanced equation for the combustion of octane (C8H18). Assuming that gasoline is 100% octane, with a density of 0.692 g/mL, what mass of CO2 is produced by combustion of 1.7 1010 gal of gasoline? Need help on how to get started, I have the balanced equation...
Got it now, thanks a ton.
Please elaborate on step 3. The balanced chemical equation is: Fe2O3(s) + 2 Al(s) -> 2 Fe(l) + Al2O3(s) After step 2 I have .32 moles Fe.