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Hardest Balancing Equation Ever - Who Knows? AP CHEM

zaboda42zaboda42 Posts: 206Registered User Junior Member
edited April 2011 in AP Tests Preparation
Our teacher told us this is the hardest AP Chem equation balance question he's ever come across. He gave our whole class an hour to do with no success. I have the answer now, but would like to test CollegeConfidential's intelligence =). Lets seeee.

Copper (I) sulfide plus hydrogen nitrate yields copper (II) nitrate plus copper (II) sulfate plus nitrogen dioxide plus water.

Very hard.

I guess whoever gets it right deserves major bragging rights. Good luck!
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