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mowgli
05-11-2013, 01:55 PM
At a certain temerature, the gas difluorethyn is (C2F2) in (equilibrium/balance(I dont know how its called in english so i wrote both names)) with the gas hexafluorbenzeen (C6F6)

a) write the balanced (equilibrium) equation

b) give the equilibrium condition


Im not sure, but I have a certain feeling that equilibrium is the wrong term...for balanced in chemistry....

TheDoctor
05-11-2013, 03:02 PM
You should have posted this in RTSoft Tavern

Schultz
05-11-2013, 03:36 PM
At a certain temerature, the gas difluorethyn is (C2F2) in (equilibrium/balance(I dont know how its called in english so i wrote both names)) with the gas hexafluorbenzeen (C6F6)

a) write the balanced (equilibrium) equation

b) give the equilibrium condition


Im not sure, but I have a certain feeling that equilibrium is the wrong term...for balanced in chemistry....

Knowledge has no place here. Please take your fancy pants Gas else where.

LordTaco
05-11-2013, 03:41 PM
Shush, I'm Not really good at chemistry.

juniorful1000
05-11-2013, 06:11 PM
At a certain temerature, the gas difluorethyn is (C2F2) in (equilibrium/balance(I dont know how its called in english so i wrote both names)) with the gas hexafluorbenzeen (C6F6)

a) write the balanced (equilibrium) equation

b) give the equilibrium condition


Im not sure, but I have a certain feeling that equilibrium is the wrong term...for balanced in chemistry....

I know both answers.
A) OVER 9000+C%KNOBS=PARTY
B) Hipster8=D_CKerSon-7(69)
Hope this helped, but next time post this thread on the rtsoft forums or ask your TEACHER.

Yankee
05-11-2013, 06:17 PM
I think he gets the point that it doesn't belong here. Also the second compound is spelled hexafluorobenzene

DevinS
05-11-2013, 06:19 PM
I know both answers.
A) OVER 9000+C%KNOBS=PARTY
B) Hipster8=D_CKerSon-7(69)
Hope this helped, but next time post this thread on the rtsoft forums or ask your TEACHER.

You missed something in A!
Its OVER9000+COČ%KNOOBS=PARTY

You must be better at Chemistry! Your Test was a big Failure. You have an D- ! :(
xD

Paws
05-11-2013, 09:41 PM
We are not doing your HOMEWORK FOR YOU!

tony26
05-12-2013, 12:31 AM
At a certain temerature, the gas difluorethyn is (C2F2) in (equilibrium/balance(I dont know how its called in english so i wrote both names)) with the gas hexafluorbenzeen (C6F6)

a) write the balanced (equilibrium) equation

b) give the equilibrium condition


Im not sure, but I have a certain feeling that equilibrium is the wrong term...for balanced in chemistry....

Unbalanced equations have reactants on one side and products on the other. For example;

Reactant 1 + Reactant 2 = [Products]

**

Lets try a real example.

Magnesium + Oxygen -------> Magnesium Oxide

(or otherwise known as...)

Mg + O2 -------> MgO

The reactants in the equation above are Oxygen and Magnesium. (When you mix them, they react create something). The substance they created after the reaction was Magnesium Oxide.

There is now only 1 problem. Where did the Oxygen atom go?

Mg + O2 -------> MgO

We have lost an Oxygen atom.

IMPORTANT: DURING CHEMICAL REACTIONS ATOMS ARE JUMBLED UP. THEY ARE NEVER LOST.

To fix this, simply put a 2 in front of the product. We do this because the equation needs to have the same amount of atoms on both sides.

UNBALANCED = Mg + O2 -------> MgO

ALMOST BALANCED = Mg + O2 ---------> 2MgO

There is still a problem with the equation above. You see now we have 2 Magnesium on the product side but only 1 on the reactant side. To fix this, add 2 on the reactant side. We too this because WE NEED THE SAME AMOUT OF ATOMS ON BOTH SIDES!

BALANCED EQUATON = 2Mg + O2 ------------> 2MgO

If it is still to hard to understand break it down.

BALANCED EQUATON = 2Mg + O2 ------------> 2MgO

Is simply saying that we have

2 Magnesium reacting with 2 Oxygen to get 2 Magnesium and 2 Oxygen.

REMEMBER: A number in front of an atom means that all the atoms behind it are of that quantity

2HO means 2(Hydrogen + Oxygen) or 2 Hyrdogen and 2 Oxygen.

However, a small number after an atom means only that atom is of that quanity.

H2O means 2(Hydrogen) * Oxygen or 2 Hydrogen and 1 Oxygen.

In summary:

During a chemical reaction, atoms are never LOST, they are only moved around.

If there is a large number in front of atoms, it means all the elements behind it are that number.
If there is a small number behind an atom/element, it means that only that element is that number.

Lets put this information in an example using water.

UNBALANCED EQUATION = H2 + O2 ------> H2O

We are missing a Oxygen atom on the products side.

ALMOST BALANCED EQUATION = H2 + O2 ------> 2H2O

But now we have double the Hydrogen on the products side.

BALANCED = 2H2 + O2 ------> 2H2O

***

Thats how you get a balanced equation (question a), just apply it to your specific question, because I'm not doing it for you. :)

XD3FORM3DMAGMAX
05-16-2013, 03:20 PM
*Hint*

GOOGLE!!!

RedwoodGirl
05-17-2013, 12:43 PM
Guys dont be mean... He was having trouble. Ya cant just help him? Btw sorry bro, I suck at chemistry.

Raphael Lim
05-19-2013, 04:10 AM
Unbalanced equations have reactants on one side and products on the other. For example;

Reactant 1 + Reactant 2 = [Products]

**

Lets try a real example.

Magnesium + Oxygen -------> Magnesium Oxide

(or otherwise known as...)

Mg + O2 -------> MgO

The reactants in the equation above are Oxygen and Magnesium. (When you mix them, they react create something). The substance they created after the reaction was Magnesium Oxide.

There is now only 1 problem. Where did the Oxygen atom go?

Mg + O2 -------> MgO

We have lost an Oxygen atom.

IMPORTANT: DURING CHEMICAL REACTIONS ATOMS ARE JUMBLED UP. THEY ARE NEVER LOST.

To fix this, simply put a 2 in front of the product. We do this because the equation needs to have the same amount of atoms on both sides.

UNBALANCED = Mg + O2 -------> MgO

ALMOST BALANCED = Mg + O2 ---------> 2MgO

There is still a problem with the equation above. You see now we have 2 Magnesium on the product side but only 1 on the reactant side. To fix this, add 2 on the reactant side. We too this because WE NEED THE SAME AMOUT OF ATOMS ON BOTH SIDES!

BALANCED EQUATON = 2Mg + O2 ------------> 2MgO

If it is still to hard to understand break it down.

BALANCED EQUATON = 2Mg + O2 ------------> 2MgO

Is simply saying that we have

2 Magnesium reacting with 2 Oxygen to get 2 Magnesium and 2 Oxygen.

REMEMBER: A number in front of an atom means that all the atoms behind it are of that quantity

2HO means 2(Hydrogen + Oxygen) or 2 Hyrdogen and 2 Oxygen.

However, a small number after an atom means only that atom is of that quanity.

H2O means 2(Hydrogen) * Oxygen or 2 Hydrogen and 1 Oxygen.

In summary:

During a chemical reaction, atoms are never LOST, they are only moved around.

If there is a large number in front of atoms, it means all the elements behind it are that number.
If there is a small number behind an atom/element, it means that only that element is that number.

Lets put this information in an example using water.

UNBALANCED EQUATION = H2 + O2 ------> H2O

We are missing a Oxygen atom on the products side.

ALMOST BALANCED EQUATION = H2 + O2 ------> 2H2O

But now we have double the Hydrogen on the products side.

BALANCED = 2H2 + O2 ------> 2H2O

***

Thats how you get a balanced equation (question a), just apply it to your specific question, because I'm not doing it for you. :)

I broke my brain trying to figure this out.

And the zombies in Growtopia ate my spares.

I-Am-Legend
05-19-2013, 10:50 PM
The only thing I know abour chemistry is H2O is water...