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balance this equation

Post by iamjohpao »

H3PO4(g)--->P4H10(g) +H2O(g)

anybody have a balanced solution to this one
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Post by ChenBeier »

No.,,because its not existing. You mean P4O10.

Start with the amount of phosphorous. How many H3PO4 you need?
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