C6H12 + O2 = CO2 + H2O

Balanced Chemical Equation – Solution

C6H12 + 9O2 → 6CO2 + 6H2O

The coefficients show the number of particles (atoms or molecules), and the indices show the number of atoms that make up the molecule. New substances are formed as a result of the rearrangement of the original atoms. As a result of a chemical reaction, atoms of chemical elements do not disappear anywhere and new ones do not appear, their number remains unchanged – this follows from the law of conservation of mass of substances.

Chemical Reaction Information

Hexenes + Dioxygen = Carbon Dioxide + Water

This is an oxidation-reduction (redox) reaction. C6H12 is a reducing agent, O2 is an oxidizing agent.

  • 6 C-II  36 e  6 CIV (oxidation)
  • 18 O0 + 36 e  18 O-II (reduction)

Reaction Type

Combustion

Substances that react are called starting materials or reactants. The substances that form as a result are called reaction products.

Reactants:

C6H12 – Cyclohexane

  • Other names: Hexanaphthene (archaic).
  • Appearance: Colorless liquid.

O2

  • Names: Dioxygen, Oxygen.
  • Appearance: Odourless compressed gas.

Products:

CO2

  • Names: Carbon dioxide.
  • Appearance: Colorless gas.

H2O – Water, oxidane

  • Other names: Water (H2O), Hydrogen oxide, Hydrogen hydroxide.
  • Appearance: White crystalline solid, almost colorless liquid with a hint of blue, colorless gas.
Similar Examples of Equalizing a Chemical Reaction
O2 + C6H12 → CO + HO
O2 + C6H12 → H2O + CO
O2 + C6H12 → H2O + CO2

Alexander Stephenson

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