# A couple of questions regarding balancing equations?

NH4OH + H3PO4 = (NH4)3PO4 + H2O
I already balanced the equation and got: 3 NH4OH + H3PO4 = (NH4)3PO4 + 3 H2O. I'm not sure if my tally table is right though. 1-P-1, 3-N-3, 5-O-5, 8-H-14 (I'm stuck on the Hydrogen).
I just have a couple of additional questions about this equation:
1.) Does anyone...
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NH4OH + H3PO4 = (NH4)3PO4 + H2O

I already balanced the equation and got: 3 NH4OH + H3PO4 = (NH4)3PO4 + 3 H2O. I'm not sure if my tally table is right though. 1-P-1, 3-N-3, 5-O-5, 8-H-14 (I'm stuck on the Hydrogen).

I just have a couple of additional questions about this equation:

1.) Does anyone know what type of reaction this equation represents?

2.) From this equation, how much substance (in grams) outlined in a triangle is associated with 100 grams of substance outlined in a circle?

Thanks. Having a tough time with this chapter and would like to understand it better.

I already balanced the equation and got: 3 NH4OH + H3PO4 = (NH4)3PO4 + 3 H2O. I'm not sure if my tally table is right though. 1-P-1, 3-N-3, 5-O-5, 8-H-14 (I'm stuck on the Hydrogen).

I just have a couple of additional questions about this equation:

1.) Does anyone know what type of reaction this equation represents?

2.) From this equation, how much substance (in grams) outlined in a triangle is associated with 100 grams of substance outlined in a circle?

Thanks. Having a tough time with this chapter and would like to understand it better.

Update:
For the type of reaction, would it be a combination, decomposition, single replacement, double replacement, or combustion reaction ?

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