On the basis of the general solubility rules given in 7.1 write a balanced molecular equation for the precipitation reactions that take place when the following aqueous solutions are mixed. Underline the formula of the precipitate (solid) that forms. If no precipitation reaction is likely for the reactants given, explain why.ammonium chloride, ‍, and sulfuric acid, ‍potassium carbonate, ‍, and tin(IV) chloride, ammonium chloride, ‍, and lead(II) nitrate, ‍copper(II) sulfate, , and potassium hydroxide, sodium phosphate, ‍, and chromium(III) chloride, ammonium sulfide, ‍, and iron(III) chloride,

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Asked Oct 22, 2019

On the basis of the general solubility rules given in 7.1 write a balanced molecular equation for the precipitation reactions that take place when the following aqueous solutions are mixed. Underline the formula of the precipitate (solid) that forms. If no precipitation reaction is likely for the reactants given, explain why.

  1. ammonium chloride, ‍, and sulfuric acid, ‍
  2. potassium carbonate, ‍, and tin(IV) chloride, 
  3. ammonium chloride, ‍, and lead(II) nitrate, ‍
  4. copper(II) sulfate, , and potassium hydroxide, 
  5. sodium phosphate, ‍, and chromium(III) chloride, 
  6. ammonium sulfide, ‍, and iron(III) chloride, 
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1.According to solubility rules, salts containing the ammonium ion (NH4+) are soluble.  Also, salts containing Cl-, Br-, or I-are generally soluble.  The reaction between ammonium chloride and sulfuric acid is given by

2NH CI HSO
(NH)SO+2HC
Soluble
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2NH CI HSO (NH)SO+2HC Soluble

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2.Carbonates are in soluble in water.  The reaction betwe...

2 K,CO SnC
Sn (CO)+4 KI,
Insoluble
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2 K,CO SnC Sn (CO)+4 KI, Insoluble

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