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samuelalyabyev2004
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balancing high school chem

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Can someone help me figure out how to balance Nickel (III) Nitrate and Sodium Chromate? I got it down to Ni(NO303 + Na2CrO4 ---> NaNO3 + NiCrO4
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How do you calculate 1/3 + 1/2? In the same way you have to get coefficients for balancing.

If you have Ni3+ then you should have it in both sites.

Nickel-III-nitrate is Ni(NO3)3
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