If 120 moles of sodium carbonate are mixed with calcium hydroxide, how many moles of sodium hydroxide are formed?

1 Answer
Jan 9, 2017

Answer:

#"Ca(OH)"_2(aq) + "Na"_2"CO"_3(aq) rarr "CaCO"_3(s)darr+"2NaOH"(aq)#

Explanation:

You have not told us the quantity of #"Ca(OH)"_2(aq)# you have. #"Saturated Ca(OH)"_2(aq)#, aka #"lime water"#, does not contain a lot of solute. Anyway, the given equation is stoichiometrically balanced. You have to tell us how much calcium hydroxide was used.