Complete the following acid-base reaction with balanced molecular, total ionic, and net ionic equations. Be sure to include states of matter in your answer. calcium hydroxide(aq) + acetic acid(aq)→Molecular:                             →Total Ionic: Reactants Products:→Net Ionic:                            →

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Complete the following acid-base reaction with balanced molecular, total ionic, and net ionic equations. Be sure to include states of matter in your answer.
 
calcium hydroxide(aq) + acetic acid(aq)→

Molecular:                              →
Total Ionic: Reactants  
Products:
Net Ionic:                             →
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Balancing equation:

Balancing equation in which number of atoms for each element in the reaction and the total charge are same on both reactant side and the product side.

Steps in balancing the equation,...

The given reaction is shown below,
CH,COОН (аq) + сСа(ОН), (аq) ->
In the left side of the reaction indicates the reactant and the right-side of the reaction indicate
the products. Therefore, the reaction is given below
CH,COOH (aq) Ca(OH), (aq)(CH,coo),Ca (aq) +2H,0(1)
When balancing the chemical equation, we should not alter the subscripts and we can change
coefficients. The reaction is already balanced. Therefore the balanced equation is given
below
CH,COOH (aq) Ca(OH), (aq)(CH,coo),Ca (aq) +2H,0(1)
The complete ionic equation is given below
Ca (aq)20H (aq) + 2CH,COOH(aq)2CH,Coo (aq) Ca (aq)21H20()
Net ionic equation of the given reaction shown below
20H (aq) 2CH,COOH(aq)
2CH,coo (aq) 2H,O()
Divide the equation by two, then the net ionic equation ofthe given reaction shown below
он (аq) + CH,CоОНаaq) -> сн,Соо (aq) + H,0()
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The given reaction is shown below, CH,COОН (аq) + сСа(ОН), (аq) -> In the left side of the reaction indicates the reactant and the right-side of the reaction indicate the products. Therefore, the reaction is given below CH,COOH (aq) Ca(OH), (aq)(CH,coo),Ca (aq) +2H,0(1) When balancing the chemical equation, we should not alter the subscripts and we can change coefficients. The reaction is already balanced. Therefore the balanced equation is given below CH,COOH (aq) Ca(OH), (aq)(CH,coo),Ca (aq) +2H,0(1) The complete ionic equation is given below Ca (aq)20H (aq) + 2CH,COOH(aq)2CH,Coo (aq) Ca (aq)21H20() Net ionic equation of the given reaction shown below 20H (aq) 2CH,COOH(aq) 2CH,coo (aq) 2H,O() Divide the equation by two, then the net ionic equation ofthe given reaction shown below он (аq) + CH,CоОНаaq) -> сн,Соо (aq) + H,0()

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