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which of the followign reactions is the complete ion equation for the reaction between sodium sulfide and mercury(II) chloride?
a. s2-+Hg2+=hgs
b. na2s+hgcl2= 2nacl+hgs
c. nas+hgcl2=nacl+hgs
d. 2na+ +s2- +2cl- +hg2+= 2na+ +2cl-+hgs

  • chemistry -

    None of the answers are correct because you didn't write the formulas correctly.
    hgs means nothing to anyone.

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