For each of the reactions, calculate how many grams of the product form when 2.4 g of the reactant in color completely reacts. Assume there is more than enough of the other reactant.
Step 1 of 3
Given chemical equation :
The number of subscripts for each element in a chemical formula is like a form of spelling. Each chemical formula has its own unique set of elements and subscripts.
when balancing the chemical equation, You can’t change the subscripts, as changing the subscripts changes the substances themselves. Only the coefficients which describes the Moles of element in the reaction can be changed.
The correct balanced equation is :
2H2O → 2H2(g) + O2(g)
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