2. Write a balanced double replacement reaction for each of the following sets of aqueous reagents.Be sure to include the phase of each species. For any set that is predicted to give a reaction, usingthe table on page X, indicate the observation that would be expected.(a) zinc bromide and magnesium acetate(b) nitric acid and ammonium hydroxidehecodee(c) sodium sulfite and potassium hydroxide(d) ammonium carbonate and hydrochloric acid(e) potassium phosphate and calcium iodide(f) lead

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2. Write a balanced double replacement reaction for each of the following sets of aqueous reagents.
Be sure to include the phase of each species. For any set that is predicted to give a reaction, using
the table on page X, indicate the observation that would be expected.
(a) zinc bromide and magnesium acetate
(b) nitric acid and ammonium hydroxide
hecodee
(c) sodium sulfite and potassium hydroxide
(d) ammonium carbonate and hydrochloric acid
(e) potassium phosphate and calcium iodide
(f) lead
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2. Write a balanced double replacement reaction for each of the following sets of aqueous reagents. Be sure to include the phase of each species. For any set that is predicted to give a reaction, using the table on page X, indicate the observation that would be expected. (a) zinc bromide and magnesium acetate (b) nitric acid and ammonium hydroxide hecodee (c) sodium sulfite and potassium hydroxide (d) ammonium carbonate and hydrochloric acid (e) potassium phosphate and calcium iodide (f) lead

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Double displacement: two reacting compounds exchange their corresponding ions and form two new compounds.

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A. Double displacement reaction between Zinc bromide and Magnesium acetate is given by:

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ZnBr, (aq) + Mg(CH3COO)2 (aq) → MgBr2(s) + Zn(CH3COO)2(aq)

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B. Double displacement reaction between Nitric ...

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HNO3(aq) + NH4OH(aq) → NH¼NO3(aq) + H20(1)

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