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The balanced chemical equation for the reaction between sodium and water is:2 Na ( s ) + 2 H2O ( l ) 2 NaOH ( aq ) + H2 ( g ) We can interpret this to mean: 2 moles of water and ? mole(s) of sodium React to produce: ?

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