Jenson B.

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What is the number of moles from this chemical equation below?

2NaOH(aq) + CaBr2(aq) ==> Ca(OH)2 + 2NaBr(aq)

Kumar S.

2+1+1+2=6 , starting from reactants till products.
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Jenson B.

Thank you so much! And what are the reactants and products that you mentioned? And how to determine them easily?
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J.R. S.

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I guess you must be very new to chemistry, right? The reactants are those items on the LEFT of the arrow (NaOH an CaBr2). The products are those items on the RIGHT side of the arrow (Ca(OH)2 and NaBr).
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Jenson B.

Oh, that's it. Thank you for clarifying it!
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