Problem: If you complete and balance the following oxidation-reduction reaction in basic solutionNO2-(aq) + Al(s)  →  NH3(aq) + Al(OH)4-(aq)how many hydroxide ions are there in the balanced equation (for the reaction balanced with the smallest whole-number coefficients)?

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If you complete and balance the following oxidation-reduction reaction in basic solution

NO2-(aq) + Al(s)  →  NH3(aq) + Al(OH)4-(aq)

how many hydroxide ions are there in the balanced equation (for the reaction balanced with the smallest whole-number coefficients)?


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