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e phase for ions (aq) because ions can only exist in the aqueous state in water. However, you should always indicate the phases for molecules (solid, liquiad
in ionic equations.
art C Complete ionic equation
K2 CO3 (aq)2CuF (aq)Cu2 CO3 (s)+2KF(aq)
e molecular equation you determined in Part B is shown above for your convenience. Examine each of the chemical species involved to determine the ions
at would be present in solution.
sure to consider both the coefficients and subscripts of the molecular equation, and then write this precipitation reaction in the form of a balanced complete
nic equation.
press your answer as a chemical equation including phases. Type an underscore (_) or a carat (A) to add subscripts and superscripts more quickly.
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bOn average, would Earth be wa success -Fing x Course Home X + HSS Website openvellum.ecollege.com/course.html?courseld=155561588HeplD=6b9f9b2f... 2 01 0 <Chapter 05 Problem 11 11 of 21 1 e phase for ions (aq) because ions can only exist in the aqueous state in water. However, you should always indicate the phases for molecules (solid, liquiad in ionic equations. art C Complete ionic equation K2 CO3 (aq)2CuF (aq)Cu2 CO3 (s)+2KF(aq) e molecular equation you determined in Part B is shown above for your convenience. Examine each of the chemical species involved to determine the ions at would be present in solution. sure to consider both the coefficients and subscripts of the molecular equation, and then write this precipitation reaction in the form of a balanced complete nic equation. press your answer as a chemical equation including phases. Type an underscore (_) or a carat (A) to add subscripts and superscripts more quickly. View Available Hint(s) Hint 1. Develop a complete ionic equation: identifying the reactants and products P Pearson Copyright O 2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved. | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Permissions Contact Us

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For a given reaction a chemical equation is its symbolic representation in the form of chemical symbols and formulae in which the reactant species are present on the left-hand side while the product species are present on the right-hand side of the chemical equation. The equation is said to be balanced if it contains equal number of atoms of all the elements on both the sides of the equation.

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A molecular equation refers to a balanced chemical equation wherein the ionic compounds are expressed in the form of molecules rather than in the form of component ions.

 

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The term complete ionic equation describes the given chemical reaction that contains the reac...

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