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The following soluble salts are strong electrolytes. For each, write a balanced equation for their dissociation in water.

a. LiBr
b. NaNO3
c. FeCl3
d. Mg(NO3)2

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    LiBr + H2O ==> Li^+(aq) + Br^-(aq)

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    All you do is just write out the equation onto the product side.

    B. NaNO3(s)→Na^+(aq)+NO3^−(aq)
    C. FeCl3(s)→Fe3^+(aq)+3Cl^−(aq)
    The same for D.

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