Each box in Figure 11.11 represents the contents of a flask. One flask contains hydrogen sulfide, and the other contains oxygen. When the contents of the flasks are mixed, a reaction occurs and water vapor and sulfur are produced. In the figure, the red circles represent oxygen, the yellow circles represent sulfur, and blue circles represent hydrogen. a. Write the balanced chemical equation for the reaction. b. Using the same color code, sketch a representation of the flask after the reaction occurs.
Chemistry 1030 lec 002 Chapter 1: Matter and Energy: An Atomic Perspective Key: Chemical/Chemistry: chem mixtures: mix Property/ies: prop (s) two or more: 2+ Molecular/molecules: molec. Different/Differs: diff (s) Number: # Negative: neg With: w/ positive: pos Significant figures: sigfigs Average: avg Learning Objectives: LO1: Describe the scientific method LO2: Apply the COAST approach to solving problems LO3: Distinguish between the classes of matter and between the physical and chemical properties of a pure substance LO4: Describe the states of matter and how their physical props can be explained by the