# chemistry

3CaCl2+2Na3PO4 -----------> 1Ca3(PO4)2+6NaCl

Did I correctly balance this equation?

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1. It looks ok to me.

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2. What is the physical state of Ca3(PO4)2 and the physical state of NaCl?

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