PSC20 – Writing and Balancing Equations 1. Manganese (IV) oxide reacts with hydrogen monochloride to produce manganese (II) chloride, water, and chlorine. 2. Copper reacts with hydrogen nitrate to produce copper (II) nitrate, nitrogen monoxide and water. 3. Carbon monoxide reacts with iron (III) oxide to make iron and carbon dioxide. 4. Hydrogen perchlorate reacts with tetraphosphorous decaoxide to create hydrogen phosphate and dichlorine heptaoxide. 5. Calcium phosphide reacts with water to make calcium hydroxide and phosphorous trihydride. 6. 3-methyl-4-octyne reacts with oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and dihydrogen monoxide. 7. Iron (III) chloride reacts with dihydrogen monosulfide to produce iron (II) chloride, hydrogen monochloride and sulfur. 8. Iron (III) oxalate decomposes and forms iron (II) oxalate and carbon dioxide. 9. Carbon reacts with hydrogen nitrate to make nitrogen dioxide, carbon dioxide and water. 10. Potassium chromate reacts with hydrogen monochloride and produces potassium chloride, chromium (III) chloride, dihydrogen monoxide, and chlorine.