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Name: Date: Block: Complete Workbook p.78 #1-6 on this paper by following the structure given below. 1. a. Write the chemical formulae for the following: Hydrogen: Water: Oxygen: b. Write a skeleton equation for the reaction, leaving room for coefficients. c. Balance the skeleton equation. Create a “before” & “after” table below the skeleton equation if needed. 2. a. Write the chemical formulae for the following: iron (III) oxide: water: hydrogen: iron: b. Write a skeleton equation for the reaction, leaving room for coefficients. c. Balance the skeleton equation. Create a “before” & “after” table below the skeleton equation if needed. 3. a. Write the chemical formulae for the following: sodium: sodium hydroxide: water: hydrogen: b. Write a skeleton equation for the reaction, leaving room for coefficients. c. Balance the skeleton equation. Create a “before” & “after” table below the skeleton equation if needed. 4. a. Write the chemical formulae for the following: calcium carbide: calcium: oxygen: carbon dioxide: b. Write a skeleton equation for the reaction, leaving room for coefficients. c. Balance the skeleton equation. Create a “before” & “after” table below the skeleton equation if needed. 5. a. Write the chemical formulae for the following: potassium iodide: potassium chloride: chlorine: iodine: b. Write a skeleton equation for the reaction, leaving room for coefficients. c. Balance the skeleton equation. Create a “before” & “after” table below the skeleton equation if needed. 6. a. Write the chemical formulae for the following: chromium: chromium (III) chloride: tin (IV) chloride: tin: b. Write a skeleton equation for the reaction, leaving room for coefficients. c. Balance the skeleton equation. Create a “before” & “after” table below the skeleton equation if needed. Complete Workbook p.79 #1-6 on this paper by following the structure given below. 1. a) Word equation (with + & ): b) Skeleton equation (only chemical formulae & symbols): c) Balanced equation (with coefficients): Use the space below to make a “before” and “after” chart if needed. Add the coefficients to the skeleton equation above. 2. a) Word equation (with + & ): b) Skeleton equation (only chemical formulae & symbols): c) Balanced equation (with coefficients): Use the space below to make a “before” and “after” chart if needed. Add the coefficients to the skeleton equation above. 3. a) Word equation (with + & ): b) Skeleton equation (only chemical formulae & symbols): c) Balanced equation (with coefficients): Use the space below to make a “before” and “after” chart if needed. Add the coefficients to the skeleton equation above. 4. a) Word equation (with + & ): b) Skeleton equation (only chemical formulae & symbols): c) Balanced equation (with coefficients): Use the space below to make a “before” and “after” chart if needed. Add the coefficients to the skeleton equation above. 5. a) Word equation (with + & ): b) Skeleton equation (only chemical formulae & symbols): c) Balanced equation (with coefficients): Use the space below to make a “before” and “after” chart if needed. Add the coefficients to the skeleton equation above. 6. a) Word equation (with + & ): b) Skeleton equation (only chemical formulae & symbols): c) Balanced equation (with coefficients): Use the space below to make a “before” and “after” chart if needed. Add the coefficients to the skeleton equation above. Complete Workbook p.77 #1-6 on this paper by following the structure given below. 1. a) Rewrite the equation in the space below, and then balance it. Use the space below it for a “before” and “after” chart if needed: b) Write the chemical name of each reactant and product in the space below: H2 HF F2 c) Write a word equation for the reaction using the symbols + and : d) Write a word equation for the reaction using ONLY words (no + and ): 2. a) Rewrite the equation in the space below, and then balance it. Use the space below it for a “before” and “after” chart if needed: b) Write the chemical name of each reactant and product in the space below: Sn SnO O2 c) Write a word equation for the reaction using the symbols + and : d) Write a word equation for the reaction using ONLY words (no + and ): 3. a) Rewrite the equation in the space below, and then balance it. Use the space below it for a “before” and “after” chart if needed: b) Write the chemical name of each reactant and product in the space below: MgCl2 Cl2 Mg c) Write a word equation for the reaction using the symbols + and : d) Write a word equation for the reaction using ONLY words (no + and ): 4. a) Rewrite the equation in the space below, and then balance it. Use the space below it for a “before” and “after” chart if needed: b) Write the chemical name of each reactant and product in the space below: KNO3 O2 KNO2 c) Write a word equation for the reaction using the symbols + and : d) Write a word equation for the reaction using ONLY words (no + and ): 5. a) Rewrite the equation in the space below, and then balance it. Use the space below it for a “before” and “after” chart if needed: b) Write the chemical name of each reactant and product in the space below: c) Write a word equation for the reaction using the symbols + and : d) Write a word equation for the reaction using ONLY words (no + and ): 6. a) Rewrite the equation in the space below, and then balance it. Use the space below it for a “before” and “after” chart if needed: b) Write the chemical name of each reactant and product in the space below: c) Write a word equation for the reaction using the symbols + and : d) Write a word equation for the reaction using ONLY words (no + and ): Complete ANY FIVE questions you haven’t tried yet from workbook p.77-79 on this page (or attach). Answer the questions as this work package describes, not like the workbook describes. Suggestion: Practice the type you find hardest!