Write the net ionic equations for the following reactions. 1. magnesium iodide and ammonium...


Write the net ionic equations for the following reactions.

1. magnesium iodide and ammonium sulfide

2. ammonium sulfide and barium nitrate

3. potassium phosphate and sodium acetate

4. aluminum bromide and potassium nitrate

5. ammonium phosphate and chromium (III) acetate

6. aqueous solutions of nitric acid and sodium hydroxide (use H{eq}^{+} {/eq} instead of {eq}H_3O^+ {/eq})

7. potassium hydroxide and hypochlorous acid

8. sodium hydroxide and phosphoric acid

9. potassium hydroxide and hydrocyanic acid

10. calcium sulfite(s) and hydrochloric acid (aq)

11. zinc carbonate (s) and excess hydrochloric acid (aq)

Types of Chemical Equations:

A net ionic equation is one of the multiple types of chemical equations that are used to represent chemical reactions. The other types of chemical equations are word chemical equations, molecular chemical equations, and total ionic equations. Each type of chemical equation has its own uses.

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A net ionic equation can be written for reactions that involve different chemical species on both sides of the equation. So double displacement...

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