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What will happen if a mixture of BaCl2.2h2O and KCl heated up to 150 centigrade ?

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  1. Probably the only thing that will happen at 150 C is that the water associated with BaCl2.2H2O will be driven off and you will be left with BaCl2 and KCl.

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