In the reaction shown below, 50 grams of H2O decomposes to form 5.6 grams of H2. Why is the amount of H2 produced not equal to 50g? (1 point)
2H2O 2H2 + O2
The chemical equation is balanced, but the amounts are in grams, not moles. The grams need to be converted to moles.
The products of this decomposition reaction are unstable gases that will almost immediately escape, making it nearly impossible to measure products accurately.
The chemical equation shown is not balanced. The amount of H2 will equal 50g if the equation is balanced.
Because mass is converted to energy and then g
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Which one are you thinking it is?
the first option possibly
Yes thats what I would pick just wanted to double check numbers