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There are four main methods of making salts: Acid + Metal, Acid + insoluble base, Acid + alkali and solution of salt A + solution of salt B.
a. a student wanted to make some sodium sulfate.
i. which method would be best to use?
ii. why?
iii. which reactants would you use?
iv. write a word equation for the reaction.
b. Another student wanted to make some magnesium carbonate.
i. which method would you use?
ii. why?
iii. name the reactants you would use.
iv. write a word equation for the reaction.

Please help!!!!

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asked by Chloe
  1. These are two LOOOONg problems.
    I would use NaOH and H2SO4 to make Na2SO4.
    I would use Mg(OH)2 + CO2 to make MgCO3 (which isn't one of the listed ways to make it).
    I will leave the sub-parts ii,iii,iv to you.

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  2. Thank you for your help! :D

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