anonymous
  • anonymous
When two intermediate chemical equations are combined, the same substance that appears in the same phase can be canceled out, provided that a) it is a reactant in one intermediate reaction and a catalyst in the other reaction. b) it is a product in one intermediate reaction and a catalyst in the other reaction. c) it is a reactant in one intermediate reaction and a product in the other reaction. d) it is a reactant in both of the intermediate reactions.
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Cuanchi
  • Cuanchi
c) it is a reactant in one intermediate reaction and a product in the other reaction.

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