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Size:  499.6 KB So am I right in thinking that there will be 1.5x more moles in H2 than in Eu? But then how would it balance?
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    Well, the ratio of Europium to Sulfate ions is 2:3 so 3 sulfate ions/6 hydrogen ions react with 2 Europium atoms. Eu2(SO4)3 maybe? I don't know much about Europium's chemistry but this seems reasonable based off of the mole calculation.
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    (Original post by Peroxidation)
    Well, the ratio of Europium to Sulfate ions is 2:3 so 3 sulfate ions/6 hydrogen ions react with 2 Europium atoms. Eu2(SO4)3 maybe? I don't know much about Europium's chemistry but this seems reasonable based off of the mole calculation.
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