# Balance the chemical equations in Exercises | Ch 1.6 - 9E

## Problem 9E Chapter 1.6

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Problem 9E

PROBLEM 9E

Balance the chemical equations in Exercises 6–11 using the vector equation approach discussed in this section.

[M] If possible, use exact arithmetic or a rational format for calculations in balancing the following chemical reaction:

Step-by-Step Solution:

Step 1 :

In this problem we need to balance the chemical equation using the vector equation   approach.

We given  the following reaction

PbN6 + CrMn2O8 Pb3O4 + Cr2O3 + MnO2 +NO

Step 2:

The unbalanced equation is

PbN6 + CrMn2O8 Pb3O4 + Cr2O3 + MnO2 +NO

To balance the equation, we need to find positive integers, x5   and x6.

x1 PbN6 +x2 CrMn2O8 x3Pb3O4 +x4 Cr2O3 +x5 MnO2 +x6NO

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