First 2. Write the equation for the decomposition of sulfurous acid. placing a whole number atoms of each element s0 (s) to indicate gases and athe wordsNo reaction 3. Using three criteria for double displacement reactions, together with the Solubility Table in Appendix 5, predict whether a double displacement reaction will occur in each example below. If reaction will occur, complete and balance the equation, properly indi- cating gases and precipitates. If you believe no reaction will occur, write "no reaction" as the right-hand side of the equation. All reactants are in aqueous solution. Equations K2S CuSO4 a (a) (b) NH OH H2C204- A (c) KOH NHCI (d) NaC2H3O2 + HCl (e) Na2CrO4 + Pb(C2H2O2)2- (f) (NH4 2SO4 NaCl- (g) BiCl3 NaOH (h) KC2H3O2 +COSO4 (i) Na,CO3 + HNO8 ZnBr2 + K,РОД 4 (i)

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First
2. Write the equation for the decomposition of sulfurous acid.
placing a whole number
atoms of each element s0
(s) to indicate gases and
athe wordsNo reaction
3. Using three criteria for double displacement reactions, together with the Solubility
Table in Appendix 5, predict whether a double displacement reaction will occur in each
example below. If reaction will occur, complete and balance the equation, properly indi-
cating gases and precipitates. If you believe no reaction will occur, write "no reaction" as
the right-hand side of the equation. All reactants are
in
aqueous solution.
Equations
K2S CuSO4
a
(a)
(b)
NH OH H2C204-
A
(c)
KOH NHCI
(d)
NaC2H3O2 +
HCl
(e)
Na2CrO4 +
Pb(C2H2O2)2-
(f)
(NH4 2SO4 NaCl-
(g)
BiCl3 NaOH
(h)
KC2H3O2 +COSO4
(i)
Na,CO3 +
HNO8
ZnBr2 +
K,РОД
4
(i)
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First 2. Write the equation for the decomposition of sulfurous acid. placing a whole number atoms of each element s0 (s) to indicate gases and athe wordsNo reaction 3. Using three criteria for double displacement reactions, together with the Solubility Table in Appendix 5, predict whether a double displacement reaction will occur in each example below. If reaction will occur, complete and balance the equation, properly indi- cating gases and precipitates. If you believe no reaction will occur, write "no reaction" as the right-hand side of the equation. All reactants are in aqueous solution. Equations K2S CuSO4 a (a) (b) NH OH H2C204- A (c) KOH NHCI (d) NaC2H3O2 + HCl (e) Na2CrO4 + Pb(C2H2O2)2- (f) (NH4 2SO4 NaCl- (g) BiCl3 NaOH (h) KC2H3O2 +COSO4 (i) Na,CO3 + HNO8 ZnBr2 + K,РОД 4 (i)

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