Chemical Equation Balancer C3H7OH + Na = C3H7ONa + H2

Balanced Chemical Equation

2C3H7OH + 2Na = 2C3H7ONa + H2

Reaction Information

Isopropyl Alcohol + Sodium = Sodium Propanolate + Dihydrogen
  • Isopropyl Alcohol (C3H7OH)
    C2H5OCH3 1-methoxyethane Methyl Ethyl Ether Ethyl Methyl Ether Propanol N-propanol N-propyl Alcohol 1-propyl Alcohol 1-hydroxypropane Propionic Alcohol Propionyl Alcohol Ethylcarbinol Ethyl Carbinol N-propan-1-ol Propanol-1 N-Propylalkohol Propanole Hydroxypropane Propylan-propyl Alcohol Propylic Alcohol Propanolen Propyl Alcohol 1-propanol 1-proponol Rubbing Alcohol Propan-2-ol 2-propanol Isopropanol Dimethyl Carbinol IPA Sec-Propyl Alcohol 2-hydroxypropane 1-methylethyl Alcohol 1-methylethanol I-propanol Isopropylalkohol Sec-propanol I-Propylalkohol Takineocol Avantine 2-Propyl Alcohol Alcojel Lavaco Avantin Petrohol Hartosol Alkolave Isopropyl Alcohol
  • Sodium (Na)
  • Sodium Propanolate (C3H7ONa)
    Sodium Isopropoxide Sodium Propan-2-olate Sodium N-propoxide
  • Dihydrogen (H2)
    H2 H₂ Molecular Hydrogen Gas Hydrogen Gas Hydrogen Hydrogen Molecule Molecular Hydrogen Hydrogen Deuteride Dideuterium D2 D₂ ²H₂ Tritium Atom (3)H T (3)1H Hydrogen-3 Tritium


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