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MasteringChemistry: Chap X
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Chemistry11-Fall2019
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Problem 7.86
You may want to reference (Pages 233-237) Section
7.5 while completing this problem.
Part A
In the figure below, if purple spheres represent iodine
atoms, white spheres represent hydrogen atoms, and all
the molecules are gases, (Figure 1) then answer the
following questions.
Write the formula for the reactant.
Express your answer as a chemical formula.
ΑΣφ
INNINA
Figure
1 of 1
Reactants
Products
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Request Answer
Part B
Write the
formula for each of the products.
Express your answers as chemical formulas separated by a
10
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History Bookmarks People Window Help Chrome File Edit View History y In the reaction Fe y Fe(s)+CuS04(aq) FeS04( X P Keyboard shortcuts for ent X MasteringChemistry: Chap X https://session.mastering chemistry.com/myct/itemView?offset=next&assignmentProblemID= Chemistry11-Fall2019 <Chapter Problem 7.86 You may want to reference (Pages 233-237) Section 7.5 while completing this problem. Part A In the figure below, if purple spheres represent iodine atoms, white spheres represent hydrogen atoms, and all the molecules are gases, (Figure 1) then answer the following questions. Write the formula for the reactant. Express your answer as a chemical formula. ΑΣφ INNINA Figure 1 of 1 Reactants Products Submit Request Answer Part B Write the formula for each of the products. Express your answers as chemical formulas separated by a 10 esc

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A chemical reaction is symbolic representation of the conversion of substances to new substances.

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In a chemical reaction; the substance which involves in conversion is said to be reactant whereas the newly formed substance is called as product. Both reactant and products must be separated by arrow.

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The physical states of reactant and product molecules must be mentioned in parenthesis as subscript such as (aq) indicates the aqueous st...

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