Chemical Equation Balancer HCl + K2Cr2O7 = Cl2 + CrCl3 + KCl + H2O

Balanced Chemical Equation

14HCl + K2Cr2O7 = 3Cl2 + 2CrCl3 + 2KCl + 7H2O

Reaction Information

Hydrogen Chloride + Potassium Dichromate = Dichlorine + Chromic Chloride + Potassium Chloride + Water
Reactants
  • Hydrogen Chloride (HCl)
    HCl
  • Potassium Dichromate (K2Cr2O7)
    Lopezite Lópezite Potassium Dichromate(VI) Chromium Potassium Oxide Dipotassium Dichromium Heptaoxide Dipotassium Dichromate Dipotassium Bichromate Dichromic Acid Dipotassium Salt Bichromate Of Potash
Products
  • Dichlorine (Cl2)
    Cl2 Cl₂ Chlorine Gas
  • Chromic Chloride (CrCl3)
    Chromium(3+) Trichloride CrCl3 Chromic Chloride Chromium Trichloride Anhydrous Chromium(III) Chloride Chromium Chloride Chromium(III) Chloride Puratronic Chromium Chloride Trichlorochromium Chromic Chloride Anhydrous Chromic Chloride Cr-51
  • Potassium Chloride (KCl)
    Potassium Chloride K-43 Potassium Chloride K-42 Klor-Con M15 K-Lease Klor-Con 8 K+10 K+8 Klor-Con M10 Micro-K 10 Kato Kaon Cl-10 Kaon-Cl Kaon Cl Micro-K Klor-Con 10Meq Klor-Con 10 Micro-K Ls K-dur Klor-Con Klor-Con M20 Slow-K Ten-K Klotrix Muriate Of Potash [KCl] Sylvite Kaliumchlorid Chloride Of Potash Kaon-CL 10 Klor-CON KCl Monopotassium Chloride K-Tab Chlorid Draselny Potassium Chloride
  • 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

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