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_NH3+_H2SO4-->_(NH4)2SO4 balance the equation

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hereweg0

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is that NH3 suppose to be there?

sonja_lee2

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yes

hereweg0

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ok

hereweg0

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okay i got a 2,1,1

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hydrogen isnt balanced

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@hereweg0

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nvm your right!

hereweg0

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yes it is. the new 2 makes the first compound have 6 H and then yu add 2 from the next compound. and on the other side the is 8 because yu have the 4 in the parenthesis and its being multipied by the 2 so that makes it an 8 so the H in the equation are balanced.

hereweg0

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haha i type that and then look up haha im such a slow typer!!!!

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haha yeah i was wondering what u were doing

hereweg0

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haha sorry!!

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nah its fine

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okay.