The representation of this reaction is not a formula but an equation, specifically: CO2 + H2O = H2CO3.
The chemical equation is:6 CO2 + 6 H2O = C6H12O6 + 6 H2O (by light irradiation)
This is a physical change, not a chemical one, but you can write an equation. CO2(g) --> CO2(l) However, make sure you write the 2's as subscripts.
The chemical equation is:C2H5OH +3 O2 = 2 CO2 + 3 H2O
NaHCO3 + H ---> Na + H2O + CO2
CO2 is not an equation, so it cannot be balanced. It is a chemical formula.
The formula equation for the chemical reaction CO2 is CH4+2O2= CO2+2H2O. The result of this equation is the oxide known as carbon dioxide.
The chemical formula (not: equation) of carbon dioxide is: CO2
You can write a subscript (g) after the formula for the gas. For example, CO2(g).
The chemical formula (not equation) of water is H2O.
The chemical formula (not equation) for carbon dioxide is CO2.
An example for carbon:C + O2 = CO2
as CO2 (by its chemical formula)
In a chemical equation, the arrow means yields. For example: H2CO3----> CO2+H2O. Do you get it?
The chemical formula of carbon dioxide is CO2. The equation for the formation is C(s) + O2(g) -----> CO2(g)
A chemical formula is the way a particular chemical (element or compound) is represented using the letters given in the Periodic Table. For example, the chemical formula of oxygen is O2 and the chemical formula of caron dioxide is CO2A word equation describes a chemical reactionusing the names of chemicals only. For instance, the word equation for respiration is:glucose + oxygen => carbon dioxide + waterA formula equation also describes a chemical reaction, but uses chemical formulae instead of names and is balanced. An example of this would be methane burning in oxygen:CH4 + 2O2 => CO2 + 2H2O
Example: 2NaOH + CO2 = Na2CO3 + H2O