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Could you please balance C2H5OH+O2=H2O+CO2
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Balance the equation
H => Nos. of H on L.H.S. =6 and Nos. of H on R.H.S.= 2 , to balance H, multiply `H_2O` by 3. Thus
So, H ( Hydrogen) is balanced.
O => Nos. of O ( Oxygen) on L.H.S. =3 and Nos. of O (Oxygen) on R.H.S. = 7 , to balance O, multiply `O_2 ` by 3 and `CO_2` by 2.Thus
So, O (oxygen-`O_2` ) is balanced.
C=> Nos. of C on L.H.S. =2 and Nos. of C on R.H.S. =2 ,
So C ( carbon ) is balanced.
Thus balance equation is
Posted by aruv on October 30, 2013 at 5:03 AM (Answer #1)
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(1)C2H5OH+ (3)O2= (3) H2O+ (2)CO2
Posted by Yojana_Thapa on January 25, 2014 at 7:13 PM (Answer #2)
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Posted by parama9000 on January 30, 2014 at 7:33 AM (Answer #3)
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