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ChemistryQ&A LibraryH.SO,(aq) +2NaOН (аg) 1. Na,S Cogi+ 2 Heo 2Ah' v20и -> 2Aа 8: ~2n0) 2M 21 2и'120H 2и012) 2. 2нс(аq) + Саco,(s) > Cоcyoma H,ove): Co, 2H * 2CF # la Сg cs > Ca"'t 26 HO t Cf СaCO, > Ca HOL COrg 2иt 3. Fe(ОН),(s) +гнсІ(aq) > Fe Ch (ae+z HeOva лон + 2и*+ 2er > Ree KT aHO1e 20н+ 2n' ->2 Hoce г H,РОД(аq) +3Ва(ОН),(аq) > Ва, СРО),6)+ 6 H,0с) 4. GH* + 2P0+ 3Ва+ COM -> BagPO, C9 + GHeOceQuestion

Are these net ionic equations correct?

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