single replacement reactions. Predict the products of the following reactions, and balance the equations that result k+Ca(No3)2 I2+ RaS ?
Balanced Chemical EquationCuSO2+Zn ---> ZnSO4+CuBalanced Ionic Equation:Balanced Net-Ionic Equation
4)A)CuSO4+Zn--->ZnSO4 + Cu-- Balanced Ionic Equation-- Balanced Net-Ionic EquationB)ZnSO4+Cu-->No Reaction-- Balanced Ionic Equation-- Balanced Net-Ionic EquationC)2HCl + 2Mg --> 2MgCl +H2-- Balanced Ionic Equation-- Balanced Net-Ionic EquationD)Li+ H2O---> Li2O+H2
Predict to products for the following reactions. Name the class & subclass for each reaction as well.a. Br2+BaI2b. CdBr2+Na2Sc. H2+Br2d. H3PO4+Ca(OH)2(Numbers above are supposed to be in subscript form)
Consider the following pair of reactions. Predict the type of substitution mechanism, predict which reaction of the pair will occur at the faster rate, and drawthe correct organic product.
Write the balanced molecular, total ionic and net equations and names of the ionic compounds expected from the double replacement reaction of potassium phosphateand molybdenum(VI) chloride.
1. Na2Co3 aq + H2SO4 --> ?Ionic equation ?Net Ionic equation?2.KOH aq +HCl-->?Ionic ?net Ionic?3. KOH aq +Na3Po4 aq-->Ionic?net ionic?4. KOH aq + Na2CO3 aq -->?ionicnet ionic5. KOH aq +H2SO4 -->Ionicnet ionic6.Ag(NO3)2 aq+Na2CO3 aq -->?ionicnet ionic7. Ag NO3 aq +HCl -->ionicnet ionic8. AgNO3 aq + Na3PO4 aq -->ionicnet ionic9. Cu (NO3)2 aq + Na2CO3 aq -->ionicnet ionic10. Cu(NO3)2 aq + Na3PO4 aq -->ionicnet ionic11. FeCO3 aq+ Na2CO3 aq--->ionicnet ionic12. FeCO3 aq + NaPO4 aq-->Ionicnet ionicPls help me!!!
Hi, Happy Friday &Weekend:How do you write a balanced molecular equation and classifyingeach, especially this one!Zn(HCO3)2__Δ__>Thank you
Double Replacement Reactions! HELPP!
From your experience, predict which of the following reactions are spontaneous. a) Zn(s) + 2H+(aq)--> Zn+2(aq) + H2 (g) b) CaCO3(s) + 2H2O(l) --> Ca(OH)2(s) + H2CO3(aq) c) CH4(g) + O2(g) --> CO2(g) + 2H2O(g) d) Ag+(aq) + Cl-(aq) --> AgCl (s) Our book spends very little time talking about spontaneity. How would I predict whether or not a reaction is spontaneous? It depends on what you know. If you know about Gibbs Free Energy, the answer is there. If you considered change in Enthalpy, a positive change of Enthalpy is a strong indication of spontaniety. If you have experience with reactions, you have a strong sense. For instance, the combustion reaction c) releases a of heat, and could be spontaneous if it were at a high enough pressure or temperature. Reaction b: the reverse reaction is an acid base reaction, which is spontaneous. a: anyone who has dipped zinc into acid knows the answer to this. d_ Solver chloride does precipitate Given time, you will have experinece to "know" the answers..