Question #195067

What is the right ratio of chemicals for the given chemical equation?

__AgNO3 + __H2S --> __Ag2S+ __HNO3

Expert's answer

When we balance the above mentioned chemical equation then the equation in the right stoichiometric coefficient is as follows:

"2AgNO_3+H_2S\\Rightarrow Ag_2S+2HNO_3"

By balancing the reaction we found that:

There are 2 moles of of Ag in left and 2 moles of of Ag in Right.

There are 2 moles of of in "N0_3" left and 2 moles of of "NO_3" in Right.

There are 2 moles of of "H_2" in left and 2 moles of of "H_2" in Right.

There are 1 mole of of S in left and 1 moles of of S in Right.

Hence this is the right ratio of the chemicals used in the equation..

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