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how do you and write a combination of reaction equations?
Sodium metal reacts with chlorine gas?
Na(s) + Cl(subscript)2(g)---______?

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    balance*

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    You omitted a word in your post but the reaction is
    2Na(s) + Cl2(g) ==> 2NaCl(s) at room temperature.

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