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Posted by Fiona on Sunday, April 15, 2007 at 11:12am.

If barium nitrate solution is added to sodium hydroxide solution does a precipitate form? Are there exceptions?

I have an assignment Q that asks about the precipitate, and I thought that Ba(OH)2 was soluble.

Barium hydroxide is moderately soluble, up to about .1M concentrations. So if the amount of barium hydroxide is on the order of or greater than .1M, there will be a precipate.

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