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"Answer to these word equations"



 

Hello!

I am a year 8 student in England and I have been trying to find the answer to the following word equations: 1) sulphuric acid + sodium metabisulphite 2) sulphuric acid + sodium chloride

Any help would be appreciated a lot. Thanks!

Chandramouli Chadalawada
- London, England
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I am not totally sure what you mean, but I think the answer may be:

1) sulphuric acid + sodium metabisulphite = sodium sulphate + sulphur dioxide + water

2) sulphuric acid + sodium chloride = sodium sulphate + hydrochloric acid.

I am surprised a year 8 student is being taught about sodium metabisulphite - it is not the sort of chemical you would normally encounter in a chemistry lesson at your age. Are you sure you have it right?

trevor crichton
Trevor Crichton
R&D practical scientist
Chesham, Bucks, UK
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