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Name                                                Period             Date


          Balancing Chemical Equations Worksheet (A)
                                            (20 points)

For each equation below, write the correct formula equation and then balance it.

1. nitrogen         +    hydrogen           →    ammonia (NH3)



2. cesium iodide            +       bromine       →       cesium bromide          +    iodine



3. ethane (C2H6)           +        oxygen      →     carbon dioxide          +       water



4. lithium phosphate                    →   lithium       +    phosphorus (P4)            +
oxygen



5. aluminum         +    copper(II) iodide                 →      magnesium chlorate
+   copper


6. cobalt(III) chloride                    + potassium hydroxide              →
potassium chloride              +       cobalt(III) hydroxide



7. manganese         + hydrochloric acid                      →   manganese(II)
chloride       +    hydrogen



8. aluminum sulfate                 +    sodium hydrogen carbonate                    →
aluminum hydroxide              +       carbon dioxide + sodium
sulfate
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9. paraffin (C25H52)           +    oxygen          →    carbon dioxide        +
water



10. aluminum oxide       + carbon               +   chlorine      →     aluminum
chloride       +   carbon monoxide



11. magnesium       +   iron(III) nitrate                →    magnesium nitrate
+   iron



12. strontium       +   chlorine +              oxygen    →     strontium chlorate



Write the balanced formula equations for the following reactions in
the spaces below.
Can you detect a pattern to these reactions? What is it?




Diatomic elements:        H2       N2      O2       F2    Cl2     Br2     I2
Acids:   HCl                            HNO3                      H2SO4

         H3PO4                          H2CO3


To check your equations: go to http://dwb.unl.edu/Chemistry/Bal/startBal.html and
register by entering the first half of your RVGS email account
(through the @), then add ‘‘my.mail’’ (eg., ssmith@my.mail)
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Name                                            Period              Date


          Balancing Chemical Equations Worksheet (B)
                                         (20 points)

For each equation below, write the correct formula equation and then balance it.

1. phosphorus (P4)             +   oxygen       →      diphosphorus pentoxide



2. potassium hydroxide               →     potassium oxide           +    water



3. aluminum         +    copper(II) nitrate              →    aluminum nitrate           +
copper



4. pentane (C5H12)            +    oxygen      →       carbon dioxide          +    water



5. ammonium dichromate               → chromium(III) oxide                 +       nitrogen
+   water



6. barium chloride         + sodium hydroxide                  →     sodium
chloride       +    barium hydroxide



7. nickel chlorate             →     nickel chloride           +    oxygen



8. aluminum         +    hydrochloric acid              →    aluminum chloride           +
hydrogen
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9. potassium hydroxide             + antimony(III) chloride →
potassium chloride           +    antimony(III) oxide + water



10. ethane (C2H6)        +       oxygen        →    carbon dioxide         +    water



11. aluminum oxide           →     aluminum          +    oxygen



12. nitrogen       +   hydrogen          →        ammonia (NH3)



Write the balanced formula equations for the following reactions in
the spaces below.
Can you detect a pattern to these reactions? What is it?




Diatomic elements:        H2       N2        O2      F2    Cl2     Br2     I2
Acids:   HCl                            HNO3                       H2SO4

         H3PO4                          H2CO3


To check your equations: go to http://dwb.unl.edu/Chemistry/Bal/startBal.html and
register by entering the first half of your RVGS email account
(through the @), then add ‘‘my.mail’’ (eg., ssmith@my.mail)
                                                                                               GSC


Name                                                  Period             Date


          Balancing Chemical Equations Worksheet (C)
                                            (20 points)

For each equation below, write the correct formula equation and then balance it.

1. calcium         +       water       →    calcium hydroxide            +    hydrogen



2. propane (C3H8)             +    oxygen         →     carbon dioxide            +    water



3. hydrogen            +   carbon monoxide              +   oxygen       →    carbonic
acid



4. barium chlorate                 →   barium chloride          +    oxygen



5. glucose (C6H12O6)               +       oxygen      →• carbon dioxide              +
water



6. calcium chloride            + sodium hydroxide                    →       sodium
chloride       +       calcium hydroxide



7. methane (CH4)             +     oxygen         →    carbon dioxide           +     water



8. silver          +    nitric acid           →       silver chloride         +       hydrogen
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9. nitrogen        +   hydrogen        →        ammonia (NH3)



10. sodium nitrate          →    sodium nitrite           +    oxygen



11. butane (C4H10)         +    oxygen          →   carbon dioxide         +    water



12. aluminum oxide          +   hydrochloric acid              →    aluminum
chloride       +   water



Write the balanced formula equations for the following reactions in
the spaces below.
Can you detect a pattern to these reactions? What is it?




Diatomic elements:         H2    N2        O2       F2   Cl2       Br2     I2
Acids:   HCl                          HNO3                         H2SO4

         H3PO4                        H2CO3


To check your equations: go to http://dwb.unl.edu/Chemistry/Bal/startBal.html and
register by entering the first half of your RVGS email account
(through the @), then add ‘‘my.mail’’ (eg., ssmith@my.mail)

								
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