E. not appear in the net ionic equation for either reaction because it is not a correct formula for the any of the ions or precipitates. Question 7 We obtain a precipitate when we mix aqueous solutions of sodium carbonate and barium chloride.
Potassium sulfate solution reacts with barium bromide solution to produce a precipitate of barium sulfate and a solution of potassium bromide. Write the molecular equation for this reaction. Then write the corresponding net ionic equation.
Write the balanced equation for the reaction between solutions of: a) potassium hydroxide and lead(II) nitrate (Click for the solution to a) b) lead(II) nitrate and iron(II) sulfate c) ammonium sulfate and barium chloride d) copper(II) sulfate and sodium carbonate e) sillver nitrate and sodium chloride
EXAMPLE: What mass of potassium chloride would be needed to prepare 250.0 mL of a 0.500 M solution? The following equations are needed for some of the problems in this Tutorial. Na2SO4 (aq) What volume of 1.50 M barium chloride solution is needed to form 0.525 g of silver chloride?
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