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Homework Help: chemistry

Posted by Chris on Wednesday, October 18, 2006 at 10:14pm.

Write the net ionic equation for any precipitation reaction that occurs when .1M solutions of the following are mixed.

Does the molarity affect the equation at all, or is it just a normal net ionic equation?


If the solutions are too dilute A might not ppt with B to form AB but for most 0.1M solutions I think you can ignore that. Post any questions you have and I'll be glad to look at them to see if a ppt forms.


the questions are
a. zinc nitrate and nickel (II) chloride
b. potassium phosphate and calcium nitrate
c. sodium hydroxide and zinc nitrate
d. iron (III) nitrate and barium hydroxide

would i be able to just ignore the molarity and write the equations as I normally would?

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