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AlPO4(s)<=>Al^3+(aq)+PO4^3-(aq)
PO4^3-(aq)+H3O^+(aq)<=>HPO4^2-(aq)+H2O(l)

What is the net ionic equation for AlPO4(s) dissolving in H3O^+(aq)?

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    Just add the two equations and cancel anything common to both sides of the sum.

  • chemistry - ,

    i tried dat..n got:
    AlPO4(s)+H3O^+(aq)<=>Al^3+(aq)+HPO4^2-(aq)

    buh for sum reason its not accepting the answer

  • chemistry - ,

    Did you throw away the water on the right side? You don't have H2O on the left; therefore, H2O on the right can't be canceled. That could be why your answer isn't accepted.

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    thanx alot =)

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