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Question 4 of chapter 4, General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Apps by Petrucci Balance the following equations by inspection.(a)SO2Cl2+HI --> H2S+H2O+HCl+I2(b) FeTiO3 + H2SO4 + H2O --> FeSO4 x 7 H2O + TiOSO4(c) Fe3O4 +HCl+Cl2 --> FeCl3 +H2O+O2(d) C6H5CH2SSCH2C6H5 + O2 --> CO2 + SO2 + H2O

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Question 4 of chapter 4, General Chemistry: Principles and Modern Apps by Petrucci

 

  1. Balance the following equations by inspection.

    (a)SO2Cl2+HI --> H2S+H2O+HCl+I2

    (b) FeTiO3 + H2SO4 + H2O --> FeSO4 x 7 H2O + TiOSO4

    (c) Fe3O4 +HCl+Cl2 --> FeCl3 +H2O+O2

    (d) C6H5CH2SSCH2C6H5 + O2 --> CO2 + SO2 + H2O

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(a)The chemical reaction of sulphur dioxide gas with oxygen gas to produce sulphur trioxide gas is given as,

>8SO 2g)
S8 +80,
2g)
2SO3(8)
2(B)
2(8)
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>8SO 2g) S8 +80, 2g) 2SO3(8) 2(B) 2(8)

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(b) The limestone dissolved in water in which carbon diox...

Cа(НCО,),д вя)
+ Н,О, + СО.
2(aq)
СаСО,
2(aq)
(1)
3(s)
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Cа(НCО,),д вя) + Н,О, + СО. 2(aq) СаСО, 2(aq) (1) 3(s)

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