Problem: What is the formula equation for the reaction between sulfuric acid and dissolved sodium hydroxide if all products and reactants are in the aqueous or liquid phase?

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Before balancing the chemical reaction, let’s first write the chemical formula of each of the compounds involved in the reaction.

sulfuric acid and dissolved sodium hydroxide

Reactants:

Sulfuric acid

• H2SO4


Sodium hydroxide

• Sodium is metal Na. In forms ionic bond as Na+

• Hydroxide contains H (‘hydro’) and O (‘oxide) → OH-

When ions combine, their charges or oxidation numbers crisscross to become subscripts

• NaOH


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What is the formula equation for the reaction between sulfuric acid and dissolved sodium hydroxide if all products and reactants are in the aqueous or liquid phase?

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