Balance: {eq}CaCl_2 + AgNO_3 \to AgCl + Ca(NO_3)_2 {/eq}


Balance: {eq}CaCl_2 + AgNO_3 \to AgCl + Ca(NO_3)_2 {/eq}

Double displacement reaction equation:

The reaction between calcium chloride and silver nitrate is an example of a double displacement precipitation reaction. The products of this double displacement reaction are insoluble silver chloride and soluble calcium nitrate.

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The balanced equation is given below.

{eq}\rm CaCl_2(aq)+2AgNO_3(aq)\rightarrow 2AgCl(s)+Ca(NO_3)_2(aq) {/eq}

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Chapter 2 / Lesson 14

When a chemical reaction is balanced, both sides of the equation have the same number and type of atoms. In this lesson, explore the components of a chemical equation and learn how to write balanced chemical reactions.

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