anonymous
  • anonymous
Infer Is the reaction below possible? Explain why or why not. H₂O+NaOH→NaCL+H₂
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Hi first of all this is a bio question and secondly, you put it in the wrong subject.
xixi743
  • xixi743
Okay so I took AP chemistry a year and a half ago... I don't think this equation is possible because it results with NaCl and it never started with Cl in the first place. You can't end up with Cl if you don't start with Cl unless you're practicing black magic or alchemy or something. You have to maintain the amount of the H's and O's and Na's that you started with.

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