Problem: Balancing Equations Worksheet, Part 21) _____ Na2CO3 + _____ H3PO4 → _____ Na3PO4 + _____ H2O + _____ CO22) _____ Mg + _____ Co(NO2)2 → _____ Mg(NO2)2 + _____ Co3) _____ H2SO4 + _____ NaOH →_____Na2SO4 + _____ H2O

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We’re being asked to balance the given equations.


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.

Reaction 1:

 _____ Na2CO3 + _____ H3PO4 → _____ Na3PO4 + _____ H2O + _____ CO2

Na       2

Na       3

C         1

C         1

O         7

O         7

H         3

H         2

P         1

P         1

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Balancing Equations Worksheet, Part 2

1) _____ Na2CO3 + _____ H3PO4 → _____ Na3PO4 + _____ H2O + _____ CO2

2) _____ Mg + _____ Co(NO2)2 → _____ Mg(NO2)2 + _____ Co

3) _____ H2SO4 + _____ NaOH →_____Na2SO4 + _____ H2O

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