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Homework Help: What is the Chemical equation of this?

  1. Sep 2, 2008 #1
    Complete and balance the ff. chemical equations. Identify the equation as to the type of chemical change.

    1.Magnesium + Hydrochloric acid ---> Zinc chloride + Hydrogen gas
    2. Zinc + Hydrochloric acid ---> Zinc chloride + Hydrogen gas
    3. Iron + Sulfuric Acid = Iron (II) Sulfate + hydrogen gas
    4. Aluminum + Nitric Acid = Aluminum Nitrate + Hydrogen gas
    5. Sodium + Water = Sodium Hydroxide + Hydrogen gas
    6. Barium Chloride + Sodium ---> Barium Sulfate + Sodium Chloride
    7.Magnesium Iodide + silver nitrate ---> Silver Iodide
    8. Strontium Fluoride+ Calcium Phosphate=Sodium Phosphate+Calcium Fluoride
    9.Tin(II) bromide + Barium Hydroxide= Tin(II) Hydroxide+Barium Bromide
    10.Lead(II) Chromate + Potassium Phosphate= Iron(II) Iodide+Lithium Sulfide
    11.Cupric acetate+Hydrogen Sulfate = cupric Sulfate+Hydrogen Acetate
    12. Aluminum Hydroxide+ Hydrochloric acid = Aluminum Chloride + water
    13. Mercuric Nitrate + Sodium Hydroxide = Mercuric Hydroxide + Sodium Nitrate
    14. Ammonium Hydroxide + Sulfuric Acid = Ammonium Sulfate + Water
    15. Methane + Oxygen = Carbon Dioxide + Water vapor
    16. Alcohol + Oxygen = carbon Dioxide + Water vapor
    17. Nonane + Oxygen = carbon Dioxide + Water vapor
    18. Glucose + Oxygen = carbon Dioxide + Water vapor
    19. Acetylene + Oxygen = carbon Dioxide + Water vapor
    20.Aluminum Chloride + Water = Aluminum Hydroxide + Hydrogen Chloride
    21. Calcium Hydroxide + Phosphoric Acid = Calcium Phosphate + Water
    22. Iron + Water = Ferric Oxide + Hydrogen gas
    23. Manganese (II) Chloride + Potassium Hydroxide = Manganese Hydroxide + Potassium Chloride
    24. Iron (III) Oxide + Carbon Monoxide = Iron + Carbon dioxide
     
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  3. Sep 2, 2008 #2

    Borek

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    You must show that you have tried...
     
  4. Sep 2, 2008 #3

    chemisttree

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    That sounds like a lot of work! I usually get paid for that sort of thing...
     
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