dC. Questions Answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper1. The sulfite ion, SO,2,a balanced chemical equation, including phases, for the reaction of potassium sulfite withhydrobromic acid.reacts with acid analogous to the way carbonate, CO, reacts. Write33(O2. 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

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C. Questions Answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper
1. The sulfite ion, SO,2,
a balanced chemical equation, including phases, for the reaction of potassium sulfite with
hydrobromic acid.
reacts with acid analogous to the way carbonate, CO, reacts. Write
3
3
(O
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
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d C. Questions Answer the following questions on a separate sheet of paper 1. The sulfite ion, SO,2, a balanced chemical equation, including phases, for the reaction of potassium sulfite with hydrobromic acid. reacts with acid analogous to the way carbonate, CO, reacts. Write 3 3 (O 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

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  1. The sulfite (SO32-) reacts with acid analogous to the way carbonate reacts. The balanced chemical equation showing the reaction between potassium sulpfite with hydrobromic acid is to be written.
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The potassium sulpfite reacts with hydrobromic acid to for...

The chemical equation is -
HBr (aq) KS
(aq)KBr (aq) + H,0 (1) + So, (g)
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The chemical equation is - HBr (aq) KS (aq)KBr (aq) + H,0 (1) + So, (g)

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