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2Al(OH)3 + Ba(OH)2 → Ba(AlO2)2 + 4H2O
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Balance The Equation: Al(OH)3 + Ba(OH)2 = Ba(AlO2)2 + H2O 1. Label Each Compound With a Variable aAl(OH)3 + bBa(OH)2 = cBa(AlO2)2 + dH2O 2. Create a System of Equations, One Per Element Al: 1a + 0b = 2c + 0d O: 3a + 2b = 4c + 1d H: 3a + 2b = 0c + 2d Ba: 0a + 1b = 1c + 0d 3. Solve For All Variables a = 2 b = 1 c = 1 d = 4 4. Substitute and Verify Result 2Al(OH)3 + Ba(OH)2 = Ba(AlO2)2 + 4H2O L R Al: 2 2 ✔️ O: 8 8 ✔️ H: 8 8 ✔️ Ba: 1 1 ✔️