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Chemistry- Writing Net Ionic equations

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I need to write the net inonic equation for (NH4)2SO4(aq) and KNO2(aq). I need to know the reactants and the product.

I worked it out and got:
2K+(aq) + SO4-(aq) ----> K(SO4)2(s)

  • Chemistry- Writing Net Ionic equations -

    I don't know if you made a typo or not but the two materials you have for reactants will not react to produce anything. You could show the (NH4)2SO4 as ions and the KNO2 as ions in the solution as a net ionic equation but there is no reaction as such. Review reasons why a reaction will occur. They are
    a. an insoluble material (a ppt) is formed.
    b. a gas is formed.
    c. a weak electrolyte is formed.
    d. a redox reaction.

  • Chemistry- Writing Net Ionic equations -

    If ammonia reacts according to the following equation how many kilograms of NO could be produced from 10 kg of NH3 if the percent yield of NO is 80%? 4NH3+ 5O2 yields 4NO+ 6H2O

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