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Q: When can all the coefficients in a balanced equation represent volume ratios?

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Represents the mole ratios between any two substance

mole ratios

To determine the stoichiometry of a reaction, you must first write out a balanced equation describing the reaction and then use the coefficients of this statement to represent molar ratios.

It shows the exact ratios of the reagents to the products of a particular reaction.

Coefficients are the mole ratios. 2 H2 + O2 -> 2 H2O gives a mole ratio of 2 mole hydrogen : 1 more oxygen : 2 mole water

The coefficients in a balanced equation can be used to write a molar ratio. Molar ratios are conversion factors. Hope this helps

In a complete and correctly balanced chemical equation you will have the coefficients for each reactant and product indicating the mole ratios as well as the phases of each reactant and product.

Changing the subscripts would change the chemical makeup. If you change only the coefficients, you're only changing the ratios of the reactants/products.

At constant temperature and pressure the ratios are equal.

Chemical Bonds Its mole ratios not chemical bonds

In chemistry, a coefficient in front of a chemical formula tells you how many moles you have. When balancing a chemical equation, the law of conservation of matter must be upheld. To do this, you add coefficients as needed, and these coefficients represent mole ratios of either reactants or products.

In stoichiometric mole to mole conversions you use the ratio of the coefficients from a balanced equation in combination with information given from a problem or procedure. You use the ratios to cross multiple and divide to find the unknown quantity.

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