First, we have to know the formula of each of the substances:
calcium nitrate: Ca(NO₃)₂
ammonium fluoride: NH4F
calcium fluoride: CaF2
dinitrogen monoxide: N2O
Next, we write the unbalanced reaction. We look at each element and count the number per side. The side with the less number of that element should get a coefficient to balance.
Calcium nitrate and ammonium fluoride react to form calcium fluoride, dinitrogen monoxide, and water vapor. How many grams of each substance are present after 16.8 g of calcium nitrate and 17.50 g of ammonium fluoride react completely?
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