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12. Write a balanced chemical reaction for each of the following reactions:a. Solid sulfur is burned in the presence of hydrogen gas to form dihydrogen sulfide solid.b. Isopropyl alcohol (C3H8O) burns in oxygen gas to form carbon dioxide gas and water vapor.c. Solid ammonium carbonate when heated decomposes to form ammonia (NH3) gas, carbon dioxide gas, and water vapor.d. Aqueous iron(III) chloride reacts with aqueous tin(II) chloride to form aqueous iron(II) chloride and aqueous tin(IV) chloride.e. Aqueous antimony(III) chloride reacts with dihydrogen sulfide gas to form antimony(III) sulfide solid and hydrochloric acid.

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12. Write a balanced chemical reaction for each of the following reactions:
a. Solid sulfur is burned in the presence of hydrogen gas to form dihydrogen sulfide solid.
b. Isopropyl alcohol (C3H8O) burns in oxygen gas to form carbon dioxide gas and water vapor.
c. Solid ammonium carbonate when heated decomposes to form ammonia (NH3) gas, carbon
dioxide gas, and water vapor.
d. Aqueous iron(III) chloride reacts with aqueous tin(II) chloride to form aqueous iron(II) chloride
and aqueous tin(IV) chloride.
e. Aqueous antimony(III) chloride reacts with dihydrogen sulfide gas to form antimony(III) sulfide
solid and hydrochloric acid.

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A balanced chemical reaction when solid sulfur is burned in the presence of hydrogen gas to form dihydrogen sulfide solid is given by

>H,Se
H2 +S
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>H,Se H2 +S

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A balanced chemical reaction isopropyl alcohol (C3H8O) burns in oxyge...

С,Н.О+50,
>ЗСОо +4H,О,
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С,Н.О+50, >ЗСОо +4H,О,

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