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Laura212
Chemistry Forming Rules???

Hi, my chemistry teacher seems to always refer to a certain set of rules i.e when an organic compound(hydrocarbon) and oxygen combine carbon dioxide and water is formed. or else something about if a metal reacts with water? I think we must have covered this in some chapter last year but I can't find it. If anyone knows what I'm talking about please let me know. Thanks in advance.


3 Comments
Rosiegoldie14
i think thats in the chapter on acids and bases under neutralisation
Laura212
Laura212
It is. Thanks so much Was so confused hahaha
RaviSeth
RaviSeth
thats just the heat of combustion for any equation for examle methane and oxygen will give you carbon dioxide and wter
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