Write the molecular, total ionic, and net ionic equations for the following:
a. Aqueous magnesium chloride reacting with aqueous sodium hydroxide.
b. Aqueous sodium hydroxide and aqueous iron (III) chloride.
c. Solid sodium carbonate and aqueous potassium chloride.
A precipitation reaction involves two aqueous ionic solutions which undergo a double displacement reaction to produce a solid precipitate. The formation of the solid precipitate can be predicted using the general solubility rules.
Answer and Explanation: 1
Magnesium chloride and sodium hydroxide will produce sodium chloride and magnesium hydroxide. According to the general solubility rules,...
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Study precipitate reactions. Determine precipitate solubility according to solubility rules. Learn to write ionic equations by following a molecular reaction.