# Question #8470b

Jul 6, 2017

$8 N {H}_{3} + 3 C {l}_{2} \to {N}_{2} + 6 N {H}_{4} C l$

#### Explanation:

$N {H}_{3} + C {l}_{2} \to {N}_{2} + N {H}_{4} C l$

Ammonia $N {H}_{3}$ react with Chlorine gas $C {l}_{2}$ to produce nitrogen ${N}_{2}$ and Ammonium chloride $N {H}_{4} C l$.

$8 N {H}_{3} + 3 C {l}_{2} \to {N}_{2} + 6 N {H}_{4} C l$ $\to$ Balanced

The Balanced equation represents the combustion of Ammonia in Chlorine atmosphere.

Balancing Equation: You have to find the values to key in behind the compound to make both products and reactants equal..

As in H in the product side must be equal with H in the reactant sides

The rule affects all element in the equation..