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Which compound is most difficult to decompose? CO CH4 NO2 NO
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Match each alcohol with its rank from highest (1) to lowest (3) strength in acid properties. 1. CH3OH 2 2. C4H9OH 1 3. C8H17OH 3
Weegy: CH3OH + O2 - > CO2 +H20 1) Balance C 1st. (already done) 2) Balance H 2nd. (4 hydrogen on left, so put 2 in front of H2O). CH3OH + O2 - > CO2 +2H20 3) Balance O last. Have 4 O on right, so need 4 right on left. [ [ You have 1 in CH3OH, so you need 3 in the O2. What number times 2 gives you three. (1 1/2) CH3OH + 1 1/2 O2 - > CO2 +2H20 4) But you can have 1 1/2 as a coefficient so go back and double everything to balance. 2CH3OH + 3O2 - > 2CO2 +4H2O ] ] (More)
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In this reaction N2O4(g) 2NO2(g), what changes in color would you expect as pressure is increased at a constant temperature?
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Which compound is most difficult to decompose? CO CH4 NO2 NO
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Which base is the strongest for the given [H ]? 10-9 10-11 10-10 10-12
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