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Balanced equation:
108 Li2CO3 + 792 Na2CO3 + 900 Nb2O5 + 200 BaCO3 + 100 ZrO2 + 100 TiO2 = Li216Na1584Nb1800O5400Ba200Zr100Ti100O600 + 1100 CO2

Reaction stoichiometryLimiting reagent
CompoundCoefficientMolar MassMolesWeight
Li2CO310873.8909
Na2CO3792105.98843856
Nb2O5900265.80976
BaCO3200197.3359
ZrO2100123.2228
TiO210079.8658
Li216Na1584Nb1800O5400Ba200Zr100Ti100O6001342517.43453952
CO2110044.0095
Units: molar mass - g/mol, weight - g.
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