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can someone please help me balance this reaction... equation in question below...

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\[NaOH + CO _{2} \rightarrow NaCO _{3} + H _{2}O\]
where it is equation
this is wrong

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thats how i got the question.... i think they made a mistake... do u agree that the NaCO3 should rather ne Na2CO3..???
2Naoh +co2 --- na2co3 +h2o
yeah i think so too... it must be a typo in the question they gave me
thanks
hey any question plz
You can also have: \(NaOH + CO _{2} \rightarrow Na\color {red} HCO _{3}\)
yaa thats also true
yeah i know that but i had to balance the equation the way they gave it to me. but thank you both.
Then there's a typo in the question, definitely.

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