Chemical Equation Balancer C6H5OH + Ca(OH)2 = Ca(C6H5O)2 + H2O

Balanced Chemical Equation

2C6H5OH + Ca(OH)2 = Ca(C6H5O)2 + 2H2O

Reaction Information

Phenol + Calcium Hydroxide = Calcium Phenoxide + Water
Reactants
  • Phenol (C6H5OH)
    Carbolic Acid Karbolsaeure Benzenol Carbolsaeure Acide Carbolique Oxybenzene Phenyl Hydroxide Phenylic Acid Acide Phenique Phenyl Alcohol PHOH Monohydroxybenzene Hydroxybenzene Phenic Acid Phenylic Alcohol Phenol Liquid Phenol Phenol Synthetic Phenic Alcohol Carbolicum Acidum Monohydroxy Benzene Carbolsaure Liquefied Phenol Fenosmoline Phenol Alcohol Phenol Molten Paoscle IPH Fenol Liquified Phenol Fenolo Phenolated Water For Disinfection Fenosmolin Phenolated Water Phenole Phenic Cuticura Pain Relieving Ointment Cepastat Lozenges Anbesol Campho-phenique Liquid Phenosmolin Phenol Solution Hydroxy-benzene Carbolic Acid Liquid Benzophenol Phenol Liquid Campho-phenique Cold Sore Gel IZAL Tea Polyphenol Monophenol Carbolic Oil Synthetic Phenol Phenol Polymer-bound Phenol Homopolymer Campho-phenique Gel (E)-hex-2-en-4-ynal Oxepin Benzene Oxide Oxanorbornadiene (Z)-hex-2-en-4-ynal Arene Oxide Propargyl Ether 2-ethenyl-furan (E)-hex-4-en-1-yn-3-one
  • Calcium Hydroxide (Ca(OH)2)
    Slaked Lime Calcium Hydrate Caustic Lime Hydrated Lime Ca(OH)2 Hydralime Portlandite
Products
  • Calcium Phenoxide (Ca(C6H5O)2)
  • Water (H2O)
    Semiheavy Water Tritium Oxide HTO Ditritium Monoxide Tritiated Water Solid Water Water Ice Water Crystalline Water Frozen Water Frozen Ice Water O-18 (18)OH2 H2(18)O Water-(18)O Heavy-oxygen Water Ice H2O Dihydrogen Monoxide Dihydridooxygen [OH2] HOH Hydrogen Hydroxide Dihydrogen Oxide Oxidane Hydrogen Oxide Pure Water 💧 Water O-15

Instructions

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  • Use uppercase for the first character in the element and lowercase for the second character. Examples: Fe, Au, Co, Br, C, O, N, F.
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