# Posts by Eagertolearn

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Chemistry
I Think the answer is Na2CO3 but its a 1:1 ratio but I don't know if I need to find the molar masses of each compound? HELP PLEASE!

Chemistry
A solution containing 0.100 mol of Na2CO3 and 0.100 mol of NiCl2 is allowed to react. What mass of precipitate forms in this reaction? I just don't understand how to get the answer. Can someone please show me and explain to me how to do this.

Chemistry
So it would be NiCl2 right?

Chemistry
A solution containing 0.100 mol of Na2CO3 and 0.100 mol of NiCl2 is allowed to react. What mass of precipitate forms in this reaction?

Chemistry
Na2CO3 + NiCl2 ¨ NiCO3 + 2NaCl Using the solubility rules determine the solubility of all reactants and products. Explain your answer. I answered Na2 as soluble, Co3 as soluble, NiCl2 as soluble ---->NiCO3 as insoluble, and 2NaCl as soluble. My explanation for the...

Chemistry
Thank You that really helped

Can you explain how I get the moles and I should be able to do it from there.

Chemistry
1. A solution containing 0.100 mol of Na2CO3 and 0.100 mol of NiCl2 is allowed to react. Which reactant is the limiting reactant? 2. A solution containing 0.100 mol of Na2CO3 and 0.100 mol of NiCl2 is allowed to react. How many moles of precipitate form in this reaction?

Is this right
So the net equation is CO3^2-(aq)+Ni^2+(aq)----->NiCO3(s)