1. Balance the non oxygen and non hydrogen elements first
2. Make sure that the coefficient for each are whole numbers
3. Proceed to balancing hydrogen
Balance the following equations by inserting coefficients as needed.
— Li3N + — H2O → — LiOH + — NH 3
— ZnO + — CO → — Zn + — CO2
— SO2 + — O2 → — SO3
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