Balancing Chemical Equations Video Lessons

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Concept: Balancing Chemical Reactions

Problem: Using your newly-found equation balancing knowledge, balance the following equations:1) ___ Ni(OH)3 → ___ Ni2O3 + ___ H2O2) ___ K2SO3 + ___ Mn(OH)2 → ___ KOH + ___ MnSO33) ___ Li + ___ Pb(OH)2 → ___ Pb + ___ LiOH

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We are being asked to balance the following equations:

1) ___ Ni(OH)3 → ___ Ni2O3 + ___ H2O

2) ___ K2SO3 + ___ Mn(OH)2 → ___ KOH + ___ MnSO3

3) ___ Li + ___ Pb(OH)2 → ___ Pb + ___ LiOH


Recall that when balancing chemical equations, we have to make sure that the number of elements on both sides is equal with the lowest whole number coefficients.


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Using your newly-found equation balancing knowledge, balance the following equations:

1) ___ Ni(OH)3 → ___ Ni2O3 + ___ H2O

2) ___ K2SO3 + ___ Mn(OH)2 → ___ KOH + ___ MnSO3

3) ___ Li + ___ Pb(OH)2 → ___ Pb + ___ LiOH

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