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Predict the type of reaction (if any) that occurs between each pair of substances. Write balanced...

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Predict the type of reaction (if any) that occurs between each pair of substances. Write balanced molecular equations for each. If no reaction occurs, write no reaction.

(a) aqueous hydrochloric acid and aqueous copper(II) nitrate

(b) liquid pentanol ({eq}\rm C_{5}H_{12}O{/eq}) and gaseous oxygen

(c) aqueous ammonium chloride and aqueous calcium hydroxide

(d) aqueous strontium sulfide and aqueous copper(II) sulfate

Reactivity of Metals:

The driving force of a metals-containing reaction is the activities of the metals, the higher-reactive metal can easily displace the lower-reactive metal from another reactant. If the metal salts are exchanged, then the reaction will be a double displacement reaction.

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The balanced reaction will be {eq}{\rm{2HCl}}\left( {{\rm{aq}}} \right) + {\rm{Cu}}{\left( {{\rm{N}}{{\rm{O}}_{\rm{3}}}}...

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