Balancing equations with nomenclature review

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aqueous iron III chloride reacts with aqueous potassium hydroxide to produce solid iron III hydroxide and aqueous potassium chloride.
FeCl?(aq) + 3KOH(aq)?Fe(OH)?(s) + 3KCl(aq)
Aqueous lead II acetate reacts with aqueous potassium iodide to produce solid lead II iodide and aqueous potassium acetate
Pb(C?H?O?)?(aq) + 2KI(aq) ? PbI?(s) + 2KC?H?O?(aq)
Solid tetraphosphorous decoxide reacts with liquid water to produce phosphoric acid.
P?O??(s) + 6H?O(l) ? 4H?PO?(aq)
Solid lithium oxide reacts with liquid water to produce aqueous lithium hydroxide
Li?O(s) + H?O(l) ? 2LiOH(aq)
Solid manganese IV oxide reacts with graphite (a form of carbon; solid) to produce solid manganese and gaseous carbon dioxide
MnO?(s) + C(s) ? Mn(s) + CO?(g)
Solid antimony reacts with gaseous chlorine to produce solid antimony III chloride
2Sb(s) + 3Cl?(g) ?2SbCl?(s)
Gaseous methane reacts with water vapor to produce gaseous carbon monoxide and hydrogen gas.
CH?(g) + H?O(g) ? CO(g) + 3H?(g)
Solid iron II sulfide reacts with hydrochloric acid to produce aqueous iron II chloride and gaseous hydrogen sulfide.
FeS(s) + 2HCl(aq) ? FeCl?(aq) + H?S(g)
Solid zinc reacts with solid copper II oxide to produce solid zinc oxide and liquid copper.
Zn(s) + CuO(s) ? ZnO(s) + Cu(l)
Solid phosphorous (P?) reacts with gaseous fluorine to produce gaseous phosphorous trifluoride.
P?(s) + 6F?(g) ? 4PF?(g)
Gaseous xenon reacts with gaseous fluorine to produce gaseous xenon tetrafluoride.
Xe(g) + 2F?(g) ? XeF?(g)
Gaseous ammonium chloride reacts with solid magnesium hydroxide to produce gaseous ammonia, water vapor, and solid magnesium chloride.
2NH?Cl(g) + Mg(OH)?(s) ? 2NH?(g) + 2H?O(g) + MgCl?(s)
Solid silicon monoxide reacts with gaseous chlorine to produce liquid silicon tetrachloride and gaseous oxgen.
2SiO(s) + 4Cl?(g) ? 2SiCl?(l) + O?(g)
Solid cesium oxide reacts with liquid water to produce aqueous cesium hydroxide.
Cs?O(s) + H?O(l) ? 2CsOH(aq)
Gaseous dinitrogen trioxide reacts with liquid water to produce nitrous acid.
N?O?(g) + H?O(l) ? HNO?(aq)
Solid iron III oxide reacts with sulfuric acid to produce solid iron III sulfate and water vapor.
Fe?O? + 3H?SO?(aq) ? Fe?(SO?)?(s) and 3H?O(g)
Aqueous potassium sulfate reacts with aqueous barium chloride to produce solid barium sulfate and aqueous potassium chloride.
K?SO?(aq) + BaCl?(aq) ? BaSO?(s) + 2KCl(aq)
Solid iron reacts with water vapor to produce solid iron II oxide and hydrogen gas.
Fe(s) + H?O(g) ? FeO(s) + H?(g)
Aqueous sodium hydroxide reacts with perchloric acid to produce aqueous sodium perchlorate and liquid water
NaOH(aq) + HClO?(aq) ? NaClO?(aq) + H?O(l)
Solid magnesium reacts with solid manganese III oxide to produce solid magnesium oxide and solid manganese.
3Mg(s) + Mn?O?(s) ? 3MgO(s) + 2Mn(s)
Solid potassium hydroxide reacts with aqueous potassium dihydrogen phosphate to produce aqueous potassium phosphate and liquid water.
2KOH(s) + KH?PO?(aq) ?K?PO?(aq) + 2H?O(l)
Gaseous nitrogen dioxide, liquid water, and gaseous oxygen react to form nitric acid.
4NO?(g) + 2H?O(l) + O?(g) ? 4HNO?(aq)
Solid barium oxide reacts with liquid water to produce aqueous barium hydroxide and gaseous oxygen.
2BaO?(s) + 2H?O(l) ?2Ba(OH)?(aq) + O?(g)
Gaseous ammonia reacts with gaseous oxygen to produce gaseous nitrogen monoxide and liquid water.
4NH?(g) + 5O?(g) ? 4NO(g) + 6H?O(l)
Aqueous sodium sulfate reacts with aqueous calcium chloride to produce solid calcium sulfate and aqueous sodium chloride.
Na?SO?(aq) + CaCl?(aq) ? CaSO?(s) + 2NaCl(aq)
Solid iron reacts with water vapor to produce solid iron III oxide and hydrogen gas.
2Fe(s) + 3H?O(g) ? Fe?O?(s) + 3H?(g)
Aqueous calcium hydroxide reacts with hydrochloric acid to produce aqueous calcium chloride and liquid water.
Ca(OH)?(aq) + 2HCl(aq) ? CaCl?(aq) + 2H?O(l)
Bromine gas, liquid water, and gaseous sulfur dioxide react to produce hydrobromic acid and sulfuric acid.
Br?(g) + 2H?O(l) + SO?(g) ? 2HBr(aq) + H?SO?(aq)
Solid sodium hydroxide reacts with phosphoric acid to produce aqueous sodium phosphate and liquid water.
3NaOH(s) + H?PO?(aq) ? Na?PO?(aq) + 3H?O(l)
Solid sodium nitrate decomposes to produce solid sodium nitrite and gaseous oxygen.
2NaNO?(s) ? 2NaNO?(s) + O?(g)
Solid sodium peroxide reacts with liquid water to produce aqueous sodium hydroxide and gaseous oxygen.
2Na?O?(s) + 2H?O(l) ? 4NaOH(aq) + O?(g)
Solid silicon reacts with a common form of solid sulfur (S?) to produce solid disilicon tetra sulfide.
4Si(s) + S?(s) ? 2Si?S?(s)

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