Chemistry

How would you write a skeleton equation for these reactions I always get confused

nickel(II)chloride(s)+oxygen(g)= nickel (II) oxide(s) +dichlorine pentaoxide (g)

lithium chromate(aq)+barium chloride(aq)= lithium chloride(aq)+barium chormate(s)

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1. Lauren: See the link on the other post. Go over the basics for writing chemical formulas, and give it a whack. Stop this answer grazing, you can do better than that. We will be happy to check you.

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