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Is this the balanced chemical equation for reaction between NaBr and H2SO4?

H2SO4 + NaBr ---> HBr + NaHSO4

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    That is one equation and it is balanced. A more likely reaction, especially with an excess of H2SO4, is
    H2SO4 + 2NaBr ==> 2HBr + Na2SO4.

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