When KBrO3is heated it decomposes into KBr and oxygen.The balanced equation is 2 KBrO3 -> 2 KBr + 3 O2.
When Silver Oxide(Ag2O) is heated, it decomposes into Silver and Oxygen. The balanced equation of this is 2 Ag2O -> 4 Ag + O2
This equation is Ba(ClO3)2 => BaCl2 + 3 O2.
Ca(ClO3)2 ---> CaCl2 + 3O2 is the balanced equation when calcium chlorate is heated.
Ca(ClO3)2 = CaCl2+3O2 is the balanced equation.
That's not an equation, it's an action.
2Ca + O2 >> 2CaO
BaCO3 ------> BaO + CO2 Then write the word "heat" under the arrow
This equation is 3 Mg + N2 -> Mg3N2.
That would be Magnesium Oxide (since a single element cannot decompose) which decomposes into Magnesium and Oxygen. Magnesium Oxide --> Magnesium + Oxygen or the balanced chem. equation: 2MgO --> 2Mg + 02
This equation is Mg + PbO -> MgO + Pb.
When sufficiently heated, potassium carbonate decomposes to potassium oxide and carbon dioxide gas according the equation K2CO3 -> K2O + CO2.
C12h22o11 ---> 6c2 + 11h20
aluminium chloride and oxygen gas
When heated potassium nitrate decomposes to form :K O^2NO
When heated it decomposes to Co2+Clacium Oxide.
The products are Hg and O2. The chemical equation is 2HgO --> 2Hg + O2.
2KClO3 ----> 2KCl + 3O2
NH4Cl,sol --> NH3,gas + HCl,gas
Cu (OH)2 = CuO2 + H2O
cuso4 - 5h2o= cuso4 + 5h20 + heat
CuO + CH3OH --> HCHO + Cu + H2O