There is no need to balance, BC the equation is already balanced. All that is occurring in the rxn is the removal of the proton from the acetic acid and the salt becoming water.
CH3COOH + NH3 (yields) CH3COO- + NH4+
2 CH3COOH + Mg = (CH3COO)2Mg + H2
CH3COOH = CH4 + CO2 or CH3COO + H
Ethanoic acid is another name for acetic acid, which has the chemical formula CH3COOH. The reaction in solution is CH3COOH produces CH3CO2- + H+.
The correctly balanced equation is:
nahco3 + ch3cooh --> co2 + CH3COONa + h2oNote: it is CH3COONa (sodium acetate) and not na2co3(sodium carbonate) as stated in the question above
You need to double the Carbon Dioxide on the right side of the equation to make it balance....NaHCO3+CH3COOH = 2CO2+H2O+NaCH3
Na2CO3 + CH3COOH ------- NaCH3COO + H2CO3 (P.S) - This ain't the balance equation...you'd have to do that
CH3COOH stands for ethanoic acid.
The name of CH3COOH is acetic acid.
What is the lewis structure for CH3COOH
What is the balanced equation for Ch3COOH alone
Acetic Acid, CH3COOH, has a molecular weight of 60.05
Yes HF is stronger than CH3COOH
Ka (CH3COOH)= 6,5 *10-5
no it is a weak acid CH3COOH is the chemical formula for vinegar
There are 2 oxygen atoms in CH3COOH
Yes. SOCl2 + CH3COOH ---> CH3COCl + SO2 + HCl
CH3COOH is a monobasic acid because it is completely neutralised by one mole of a base. E.g CH3COOH + H20 -> CH3COO- + H30+
Molar mass of CH3COOH is 60.05 g.So, number of moles of CH3COOH in 458.77 grams = (458.77 g) / (60.05 g/mol) = 7.64 moles
2K2Cr2O7+ 8H2SO4+ 3C2H5OH --> 2Cr2(SO4)3+ 2K2SO4 + 3CH3COOH + 11H2O
CH3COOH is an acid--note the carboxyl group (-COOH) on the end.