Elements and Compounds

# What is the word equation for the reaction between sodium and oxygen?

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Sodium+oxygen=Sodiumoxide

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Sodium particularly reacts with the Oxygen in the Air while burning. Sodium + Oxygen ----&gt; Sodium oxide

there is no reaction because its salt sodium chloride is what you get after the reaction between sodium and chlorine.

The balanced reaction between sodium and chlorine is as follows Na + Cl =&gt;Na+ + Cl-. In this reaction, sodium loses an electron to sodium. Note that the products of this reaction are ions in the solid state.

what is the equation for the reaction of 2-propanol and sodium metal

The chemical equation for the reaction 'sodium sulfite plus hydrochloric acid' isNa2SO3 + 2HCl --> SO2 + H2O + 2NaCl

Word equation:sodium + oxygen => sodium oxideSymbol equation:4Na + O2 => 2Na2O

No chemical reaction between water and sodium carbonate, only solving of the sodium carbonate in water.

Sodium and water, in absence of air or oxygen, react to produce hydrogen gas and sodium hydroxide. When there is a slight amount of oxygen in the reaction mixture this will immediately and explosively react with hydrogen to form water. That's why this is a dangerous reaction.

4Na+O2=2Na2O? That must be the equation... Im not sure what you're asking... But, in a combustion reaction, something reacts with oxygen gas (O2). In this equation sodium is reacting with oxygen... So, yes, this is a combustion reaction.

Al + NaOH Um this is the "equation" of aluminum and Sodium Hydroxide... Na2CO3(aq) + NaOH (aq) --&gt; NO reaction Sodium carbonate + Sodium hydroxide yields no visible reaction

Iron doesn't react with sodium chloride but rusting is accelerated in salted water.

Sodium is Na &amp; Chlorine is Cl ... Na + Cl = NaCl (Sodium Chloride) A reaction that shows is that of an acid and base. HCl + NaOH =&gt; NaCl + H2O

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