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Balancing chemical equations

  • Thread starter Matt1234
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Could someone verify if these are correct, my text does not provide answers and i have a test tom.

Thank you very much.

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Borek

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Don't post pictures that wide, resize them to some reasonable size. Scrolling screen left and right to read what you have written is irritating. I have just skimmed.

Why Li2O and not LiOH? Is that product you were given?

Methane looks wrong.

BaSO4 precipitation - these should be lowest possible integeres, and no such substance as KSO4.

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