# Chemical Equation Balancer

About CHEMIX School - Chemical Equation Balancer

CHEMIX School chemical equation balancer is one of many chemistry tools integrated in chemistry program CHEMIX School.

Chemical equation :           Cr+3 + OH- + H2O2 > CrO4-2 + H2O

Using the chemical balancer :  2Cr+3 + 10OH- + 3H2O2 = 2CrO4-2 + 8H2O

By this tool you can balance equations that also includes electrons.

Chemical equation :   Cu + H2O > Cu2O + H+ + e-

Using the chemical balancer :   2Cu + H2O = Cu2O + 2H+ + 2e-

Also state symbols can be inserted in the equation:

Chemical equation :    NO3-(aq) + Al(s) + H2O(l) + OH-(aq) > [Al(OH)6]-3(aq) + NH3(g)

Using the chemical balancer : 3NO3-(aq) + 8Al(s) + 18H2O(l) + 21OH-(aq) = 8[Al(OH)6]-3(aq) + 3NH3(g)

You can also argument species in the equations by mass (grams) or moles.

Example problem: How many grams water will be formed burning 2 grams (g) of propane

Insert following in the chemical equation balancer :      2gC3H8 + O2 > CO2 + H2O CHEMIX Solution (results):

Compund         Moles            Grams

C3H8           0.0453551            2

O2                0.226775            7.25654

CO2             0.136065             5.9882

H2O             0.18142              3.26834

3.26834 grams of water will be formed

The chemical equation balancer in CHEMIX School also allow use of moles (m) as argument.

Example problem: How many moles of water will be formed burning 8 moles (m) of oxygene

Insert following in the chemical equation balancer :      C3H8 + 8mO2 > CO2 + H2O

CHEMIX Solution (results):

Compund         Moles            Grams

C3H8                 1.6              70.5544

O2                      8                 255.99

CO2                  4.8               211.247

H2O                  6.4               115.298

6.4 moles of water will be formed

More argument options are available and referred to in the CHEMIX School user manual