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2015-06-24T17:47:13+05:30
H₂(g)+Cl₂(g)------->2HCl(g)
Where,
H-Hydrogen
Cl-Chlorine
HCl-Hydrogen chloride
(g)-gaseous state
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2015-06-24T18:03:50+05:30
The balanced equation:
H_{2} + Cl_{2}=2HCl (g)
H is Hydrogen
Cl is chlorine
HCl is hydrochloric acid.
(g) represents that it is in its gaseous state..
There fore , to prepare liquid HCl ( which is more commonly used) , we will dissolve the HCl gas in water (which is also easily soluble).
Therefore:
2HCl (g) = 2HCl(l).
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