Chemical Equation Balancer C4H9OH + Na = H2 + C4H9ONa

Balanced Chemical Equation

2C4H9OH + 2Na = H2 + 2C4H9ONa

Reaction Information

Reactants
  • Butan-1-ol (C4H9OH)
    Butyl Alcohol Diethyl Ether Ethoxyethane
  • Sodium (Na)
Products
  • Hydrogen (H2)
  • C4H9ONa

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