Solved by a verified expert:In the problem below I know I have Cs H2O and OH but I don’t know how to write the formula or to find how much hydrogen is produced.Alkali metals are extremely reactive with water. Suppose I give you a 55.50 g chunk of cesium and you throw it into a lake. When it reacts with water to form cesium hydroxide and hydrogen gas, how much hydrogen in grams is theoretically produced? Write a balanced equation for the reaction and show all work clearly and in detail to receive credit. All numbers seen immediately following the elemental symbols are intended to be subscripts.