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Answer to Question #23838 in Inorganic Chemistry for Abbie Bryan

Question #23838
Aqueous calcium hydroxide reacts with gaseous sulfur trioxide, producing a precipitate of calcium sulfate and liquid water.
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The reaction will be the following (substances taking part are named below):
Ca(OH)2 + SO3 = CaSO4 + H2O
calcium sulfur calcium water
hydroxide trioxide sulfate

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Assignment Expert
10.03.18, 10:38

Thanks, coefficient 2 was really unnecessary.

Peyton Longmore
10.03.18, 03:00

I think that is wrong because it was equal before you put the coefficient 2 in front of H20

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