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waheguru

  • 2 years ago

I have a question about this Please Look At the attachment

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  1. waheguru
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  2. waheguru
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    How come in the products there is sodium hydroxide rather than sodium oxide?

  3. saifoo.khan
    • 2 years ago
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    there are 2 different forms of water Steam and liquid water

  4. waheguru
    • 2 years ago
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    So ?

  5. saifoo.khan
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    Mg + H2O(g) ==> MgO + H2 mg + H2O(l) ===> Mg(OH) + H2

  6. waheguru
    • 2 years ago
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    what does the (I) mean?

  7. saifoo.khan
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    l = L

  8. waheguru
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    But here it is not stated what is state used so do we just make any product from the two?

  9. saifoo.khan
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    No. Normally Mg(OH) is made..

  10. waheguru
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    IS that just a rule we have to memorize ?

  11. waheguru
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    Where did Mg come from?

  12. waheguru
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    You mean Na(OH) ?

  13. saifoo.khan
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    Mg is a metal too.

  14. waheguru
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    but Im taking about this question

  15. saifoo.khan
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    It's same for Mg and Na.

  16. waheguru
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    So it is just a rule that Na(OH) is formed rather than Na2O

  17. AEB047
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    Sodium magnesium.

  18. AEB047
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    A rule of chemistry, yes.

  19. AEB047
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    2 elements want to combine to become stable. sometimes there are byproducts or totally new subsatnces formed by a chemical reaction. How about rewording that question?

  20. saifoo.khan
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    @waheguru

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  22. waheguru
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    thanks

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