Metallic copper reacts with an excess of oxygen to form copper(II) oxide or with a deficiency of oxygen to form copper(I) oxide.
The word equations for the reaction between copper and oxygen is copper+oxygen= copper oxide.
Silicon + Oxygen = Silicon Dioxide
Steel + Oxygen = Steel Oxide
Copper + sulfuric acid = Copper sulphate
Copper oxide+ Sulphuric acid ----> copper sulphate +water
Francium is a very rare metal that would oxidize very quickly. The word equation is francium + oxygen -> francium hydroxide + hydrogen gas.
Potassium + Water = Potassium Hydroxide + Hydrogen
copper+sulphur+oxygen then theres an arrow, but i don't know how 2 do an arrow copper sulphate
hello how are you ?
copper + sulphur = copper sulphide! it's been a while since I've done chemestry, so bear with me. the reaction works out as CuS + O2 = Cu + SO2 , if i read your word equation correctly, which would make the reactants copper sulphide and oxygen.
Copper cloride is the word equation for copper and clorine hope this helps:)
Solid copper heated with oxygen in air produces copper (II) oxide. 2Cu(s) + O2(g) + heat --> 2CuO(s)
The Word Equation for Zinc and Oxygen is: Zinc → Oxygen → Zinc oxide And the Balanced Symbol Equation for Zinc and Oxygen is 2Zn → O2 → 2ZnO
Iron react wit water only in the presence of oxygen.
Word equation Copper Carbonate ----> Copper Oxide and Carbon dioxide Balanced equation CuCO3 ----> CuO + CO2
There is no word equation for making oxygen. Oxygen is a natural element and cannot therefore be a created substance.
Magnesium sulphate + water
Symbol Equation= CuCO3 - CuO + CO2 Word Equation= Copper Carbonate - Copper Oxide + Carbon Dioxide
acid + alkali = Salt + water.
Sodium + Water = Sodium Hydroxide + hydrogen
The balanced word equation for copper carbonate and hydrochloric acid is: Copper Carbon Dioxide + hydrosulphate - coppersulphate + water + carbon dioxide