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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Soojung on Monday, July 20, 2009 at 9:20pm.

1. net ionic equation for the reaction of tin (II) and solid mercury chloride to yield tin (IV), liquid mercury and chloride ion

2. net ionic equation for the reaction between solid SbOOH and H2S

I am not too sure about my equations, so I was wondering if someone could check with me, and if something was wrong, can you teach me how to do it.

1. Hg (2+) + Sn (2+) ---> Hg (l) + Sn (4+)

2. 2SbOOH + 2H2S ----> Sb2OS2 + 3 H2O

for some reason, they don't seem write to me.

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