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1.According to the law of conservation of mass, all of the reactants and products of a chemical reaction must have equal groups. In other words, mass is always conserved and cannot be formed or lost during a chemical reaction.
I believe that the correct response is 2Na(s) + F2(g) –> 2NaF(s)
2Na(s) + F2(g) is two sodium and two fluorides.
2NaF(s) is two sodium and two fluorides
Following the law of conservation of mass requires that a chemical equation be balanced. The law states that a chemical reaction cannot produce or destroy matter. We can learn about a substance’s qualities by studying chemical reactions and also learn about a substance’s chemical characteristics by looking at how it interacts with other substances.
2.5) 2Na(s) + F2(g) ? 2NaF(s)
Fluorine gas is a diatomic molecule, whereas metallic sodium is a monoatomic material. The reaction results in NaF (s), which contains sodium and fluorine in a one-to-one ratio. This is because the sodium in these compounds has an oxidation state of +1 while fluorine has an oxidation state of -1; thus, they must be mixed in a 1: 1 ratio to balance their loads.
By accurately establishing the stoichiometric connections between the reagents and the relationship between the quantity of product that will be produced depending on the number of reagents used, you can solve the equation. Knowing how to solve the equation displays your understanding of how the chemicals involved may be mixed based on chemical and physical characteristics to produce a product.