Calcium Oxide + Carbon Dioxide By Yaser Kalair
A REACTION? WHOA!
WHAT TYPE OF REACTION IS THIS?
Because it is a synthesis reaction, all reactants combine to form a product.
CaCO₃ is a combination of the reactants making Calcium Carbonate
How to Balance an equation
(s) is for solid, (l) is for liquid, and (g) is for gas.
CaO (s) + CO₂ (g) ----> CaCo₃ (s)
CO2= Carbon Dioxide
CO₂= 44.01 g/mol
To find the molar mass, you take the atomic weight and multiply it by how many it has.
Converting mole to mole
Example. If you have 11.30 Moles of CaO and you're trying to figure out how many moles of CaCo₃ you have.
Take the given (11.3 mols) than multiply it by the mol ratio, in this case that means you have 11.30 moles of CaCo₃
Mass to Mass
Follow the steps from mole to mole conversions, however, you must divide your second substance by your first substance with a value of 1.
4.13 grams of Co₂ will convert to 9.39 grams of CaCo₃
After the mole conversion, you would do 100.086 grams CaCo₃ over 1 mole of Co₂