For each of the following reactions (7-20), identify if the reaction is a single replacement or double replacement reaction. If no reaction occurs, write NO REACTION and explain why it does not occur. If the reaction does occur, explain why it occurs and write the products and then balance the reaction.Then for each reaction that occurs, write the total and net ionic equation. 10. Silver and copper(II) nitrate11. Barium hydroxide and sulfuric acid12. Zinc sulfite and acetic acid13. Sodium and water14. Iodine and sodium bromide15. Phosphoric acid and calcium sulfite16. Sodium chloride and potassium nitrate17. Magnesium nitrate and ammonium oxalate18. Barium chloride and sodium sulfate19. Potassium chromate and lead(II) nitrate20. Sodium oxalate and hydrochloric acid

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For each of the following reactions (7-20), identify if the reaction is a single replacement or double
replacement reaction. If no reaction occurs, write NO REACTION and explain why it does not occur. If
the reaction does occur, explain why it occurs and write the products and then balance the reaction.
Then for each reaction that occurs, write the total and net ionic equation.
10. Silver and copper(II) nitrate
11. Barium hydroxide and sulfuric acid
12. Zinc sulfite and acetic acid
13. Sodium and water
14. Iodine and sodium bromide
15. Phosphoric acid and calcium sulfite
16. Sodium chloride and potassium nitrate
17. Magnesium nitrate and ammonium oxalate
18. Barium chloride and sodium sulfate
19. Potassium chromate and lead(II) nitrate
20. Sodium oxalate and hydrochloric acid

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