Chemical Equation Balancer SnCl4 + CrCl2 = SnCl2 + CrCl3

Balanced Chemical Equation

SnCl4 + 2CrCl2 = SnCl2 + 2CrCl3

Reaction Information

Tin(iv) Chloride + Chromium(ii) Chloride (also Chromous Chloride) = Stannous Chloride (tin(ii) Chloride) + Chromium(iii) Chloride
  • Tin(iv) Chloride (SnCl4)
  • Chromium(ii) Chloride (also Chromous Chloride) (CrCl2)
  • Stannous Chloride (tin(ii) Chloride) (SnCl2)
    Tin(ii) Chloride
  • Chromium(iii) Chloride (CrCl3)


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