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Secondary V • 5mo.
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Solve this I do not understand


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    Team Alloprof • 5mo. edited February 10

    Good evening SkillfulTitanium2998!

    Thank you for your question!

    I found an explanatory sheet on how to balance equations. It is in french but maybe you can translate it.

    The first thing to do when you want to balance an equation is to find the largest molecule and to start from there.

    In your question, only one molecule need to have a number. Look at the largest molécule Li2CO3 and adjust the left side (LiOH). After, count the atoms on both sides.

    I hope my answer help you. Don't hesitate to ask if you need more help.

    Have a great evening!

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