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|water||sodium hydroxide||Stannous oxide; Tin(II) oxide; SnO; Tin oxide||Sodium trihydroxystannate(II)|
|Nguyên - Phân tử khối (g/mol)|
|Khối lượng (g)|
Temperature: room temperature
Explanation: The ideal environmental conditions for a reaction, such as temperature, pressure, catalysts, and solvent. Catalysts are substances that speed up the pace (velocity) of a chemical reaction without being consumed or becoming part of the end product. Catalysts have no effect on equilibrium situations.
In a full sentence, you can also say H2O (water) reacts with NaOH (sodium hydroxide) reacts with SnO (Stannous oxide; Tin(II) oxide; SnO; Tin oxide) and produce Na[Sn(OH)3] (Sodium trihydroxystannate(II))
This equation does not have any specific information about phenomenon.
In this case, you just need to observe to see if product substance Na[Sn(OH)3] (Sodium trihydroxystannate(II)), appearing at the end of the reaction.
Or if any of the following reactant substances SnO (Stannous oxide; Tin(II) oxide; SnO; Tin oxide), disappearing
We no further information about this chemical reactions.
water3H2O + P2O5 → 2H3PO4 2H2O → 2H2 + O2 Fe2(CO3)3 + 3H2O → 3CO2 + 2Fe(OH)3 View all equations with H2O as reactant
sodium hydroxideNaOH + CH3-CH2-COO-CH2-C6H5 → C6H5CH2OH + CH3CH2COONa HCl + NaOH → H2O + NaCl 2NaOH + NH4HSO4 → 2H2O + Na2SO4 + NH3 View all equations with NaOH as reactant
Stannous oxide; Tin(II) oxide; SnO; Tin oxide2Al + 3SnO → Al2O3 + 3Sn H2O + NaOH + SnO → Na[Sn(OH)3] 2SnO → SnO2 + Sn View all equations with SnO as reactant