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5. Aqueous solutions of AX, BY, and BZ (where A and B are cations; and X, Y, and Z are anions) are
mixed together with the following results:
AX(aq)+BY(aq)no precipitate
AX(aq)+ BZ(aq)precipitate
Which of the following choices is insoluble in water?
b. AY
d. BY
c. BX
a. AZ
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5. Aqueous solutions of AX, BY, and BZ (where A and B are cations; and X, Y, and Z are anions) are mixed together with the following results: AX(aq)+BY(aq)no precipitate AX(aq)+ BZ(aq)precipitate Which of the following choices is insoluble in water? b. AY d. BY c. BX a. AZ

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Step 1

Precipitate is a substance that is deposited in solid form from a solution, as it is insoluble in water.

During a chemical reaction in aqueous solution, when no precipitate is formed, this means that all the products formed are soluble in water.

During a chemical reaction in aqueous solution, when precipitate is formed, this means that all the products or either of the products is insoluble in water.

Step 2

The given reaction are:

  1. AX (aq) + BY (aq) → no precipitate
  2. AX (aq) + BZ (aq) → precipitate

 

Step 3

The first reaction can be written as :

  1. AX (aq) + BY (aq) → AY (aq) + BX (aq)

Since it was mentioned that no precipi...

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