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Which one of the following chemical equations is balanced?

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Default Which one of the following chemical equations is balanced?



A. 2NaCl + H2SO4 -> HCL + NaSO4
B. NH3 + H2O -> 2NH4OH
C. KOH + H2SO4 -> KHSO4 + H2O
D. 2Na + S -> 2NaS


Its a multiple choice question.
I'm not very smart when it comes to chemistry and couldn't figure this question out. thanks by the way!
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