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Cu+HNO3 =Cu(NO3)2 +H2O+NO
hi I was trying to do this and struggling as well 😂 but then I found this thread from years ago in tsr so that might help you ? https://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/showthread.php?t=2142080
Original post by Phulki
Cu+HNO3 =Cu(NO3)2 +H2O+NO


If the chemical reactants on the one and the chemical products on the other side of the chemical equation are known, the numbers of single atoms (elements) must be equal on the left and right side. Try out the numbers until you get it.

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Original post by Kallisto
If the chemical reactants on the one and the chemical products on the other side of the chemical equation are known, the numbers of single atoms (elements) must be equal on the left and right side. Try out the numbers until you get it.

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This is not the way to go for redox equations. My post in the linked thread explains it all.

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