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Problem: Balance the following reaction in acidic solution and determine the coefficient of H + and its location (reactant or product side) in the overall reaction. HNO2 (aq) + HClO2 (aq) → N2O (aq) + ClO3– (aq) a) 2, reactant b) 4, reactant c) 6, product d) 4, product e) 2, product

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Balance the following reaction in acidic solution and determine the coefficient of H + and its location (reactant or product side) in the overall reaction.

HNO2 (aq) + HClO2 (aq) → N2O (aq) + ClO3 (aq)

a) 2, reactant

b) 4, reactant

c) 6, product

d) 4, product

e) 2, product

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