acid + base → salt + water
In this case, this is an acid-base reaction between nitric acid and ammonia. Nitric Acid is a strong acid, therefore, its hydrogen atom dissociates completely. The equation looks like this:HNO3(aq) + NH3(aq) => NH4NO3(aq)
This is a synthesis reaction, and when it's balanced, it looks like this: 4Al + 3O2 --> 2Al2O3
Instead of the reaction arrow which looks something like --> it will have the double equilibrium arrow, that looks kind of like an equal sign but with arrowheads on the lines (one arrow pointing each way).
In a way it is but not quite. An equation looks like this a+b=c. an equation always has a equal sign in it. This answer can be yes and no.
It looks like 'reaction'. The first is a reaction of fear; the second a chemical reaction, the third a domino reaction, and the fourth an allergic reaction.
It looks like an incomplete equation.
A linear equation looks like a straight line, it sometimes does slope, but it is straight.
This is a chemical equation describing the reaction between hydrochloric acid and aluminum to form aluminum chloride and hydrogen gas. Written with formatting, the chemical equation looks like: 6 HCl + 2 Al --> 2 AlCl3 + 3 H2
This is an acid base reaction, a salt and water is produced. The equation looks like this:HCl(aq) + NaOH(aq) => H2O(l) + NaCl(aq)
A quadratic equation looks like bow.
The reaction of an acid with a carbonate produces CO2 gas. Initially, there is no CO2, but as the reaction proceeds, CO2 is produced and the level of CO2 increases. When one or both of the reactants runs out (is limiting), the production of CO2 ceases. The general reaction looks like this: 2H^+ + CO3^2- ---> H2CO3 ---> CO2(g) + H2O
That isn't an equation. It looks to me like you have a molecule, made of two oxygens and one silver atom.
Since the geraph is a picture of the equation, it's almost a father and son relationship. The equation begets the graph. The graph, in turn, admires and looks up to the equation.
If we have acetic acid plus calcium hydroxide, we have an acid-base reaction. Classic. Let's break it down by writing the chemical equation for the reaction. First, we normally write acetic acid as CH3COOH to explain its structure; that's its structural chemical formula. The "raw" look to the expression is C2H4O2 if we toss out the "structure hints" we spoke of. Notice how close that looks to a portion of the formula for the calcium compound in the right half of the equation? Mmhm. That helps us balance the equation. Here's that balanced equation. 2CH3COOH + Ca(OH)2 => Ca(C2H3O2)2 + 2H2O Acetic acid plus calcium hydroxide yields calcium acetate plus water.
No! Looks like half a combustion reaction and I do not mean the half reaction method. C2H6O + 3O2 -> 2CO2 + 3H2O
Any rxn that is (generally) and organic molecule + O2 -> H2O + CO2 Thats just generally what it looks like.
generaldepends on how she looks at you when she talks. if she's laughing when she's asking the questions then it usually means no. but if she looks you in the eye with a smirk then usually yes.
I'm not exactly sure what the equation is supposed to be, but it looks like there are no variables, x or y, that have a power, squared, cubed, etc., so the equation would be linear. As soon as you put a power into the equation it becomes nonlinear.
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That looks like a linear equation (no quadratic or higher terms), so you can expect it to have a single solution. However, actually solving the equation is not difficult; do it, to confirm this.
well you can tell by her reaction when you hug her and the way she looks at you
looks like a single displacement reaction. Cu + AgSO4 Thank you very much!
The general form that you are trying to get to resembles y = ax + b, where a is the slope of your line and b is the y-intercept. Assuming your equation looks something like2x + 4y + 2 = 3y + 5you'll move all of the y's to the left side of the equation, so subtract 3y from 4y to get2x + y + 2 = 5Then move everything else to the right side of the equation, so subtract the 2 from the 5 and the 2x, resulting iny = -2x + 3The slope (a) is -2 and the y-intercept (b) is 3.
A parabola looks like a frowning face :( or a smiling face :) The type of equation that would give you a parabola is called a Quadratic equation. Quadratic equations have x^2 as the highest exponent in the equation. ex: x squared + 2x + 1
becomes very hot and it looks like it is boiling