11.7C

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Mona El Masri 1F
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11.7C

Postby Mona El Masri 1F » Mon Jan 07, 2019 6:07 pm

Can someone explain where the 2X came from? We weren't given a reaction or anything...

Amy Dinh 1A
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Re: 11.7C

Postby Amy Dinh 1A » Mon Jan 07, 2019 10:59 pm

For every 1 molecule of X2, it decomposes to 2 molecules of X. That is why there is a coefficient of 2 in front of X.

Laurence Tacderas 1K
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Re: 11.7C

Postby Laurence Tacderas 1K » Tue Jan 08, 2019 9:44 am

To create a balanced chemical equation, X must have a stoichiometric coefficient of 2 (since the flask shows the diatomic molecule X2 decomposing into X atoms).


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