Table 6.4 contThe photo shows the results of mixing sodium nitrate solution withsolutions of copper nitrate, silver nitrate and iron nitrate. Focus on theformation of a precipitate (solid) in each test tube. The appearance otthe sodium nitrate solution before mixing is shown.All phones are Copyrighted by Maren HansenTable 6.4The photo shows the results of mixing sodium hydroxide solution withsolutions of copper nitrate, silver nitrate and iron nitrate. Focus on theformation of a precipitate (solid) in each test tube. The appearance ofthe sodium hydroxide solution before mixing is shown.Sodium nitrate Sodium nitrate Sodium nitrate Sodium nitratehydroxide hydroxide*hydroxide hydroxideinitialcopper+silver nitrateiron nitratewith sodium hAll phionesare Copyrighced by Maren HansenAll phones ae Copyrighted by Maren HansenTable 6.4 cont.The photo shows the results of mixing sodium chloride solution withsolutions of copper nitrate, silver nitrate and iron nitrate. Focus on theformation of a precipitate (solid) in each test tube. The appearance ofthe sodium chloride solution before mixing is shown.Sodiumchloride initial chlorideSodiumchloride +silver chlorideironnitratenitratenitrate

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Table 6. 4 (data)      
  NaOH NaCI NaNO 3
Cu(NO 3)2      
AgNO 3      
Fe(NO3)3      
Table 6.4 cont
The photo shows the results of mixing sodium nitrate solution with
solutions of copper nitrate, silver nitrate and iron nitrate. Focus on the
formation of a precipitate (solid) in each test tube. The appearance ot
the sodium nitrate solution before mixing is shown.
All phones are Copyrighted by Maren Hansen
Table 6.4
The photo shows the results of mixing sodium hydroxide solution with
solutions of copper nitrate, silver nitrate and iron nitrate. Focus on the
formation of a precipitate (solid) in each test tube. The appearance of
the sodium hydroxide solution before mixing is shown.
Sodium nitrate Sodium nitrate Sodium nitrate Sodium nitrate
hydroxide hydroxide*hydroxide hydroxide
initial
copper
+silver nitrateiron nitrate
with sodium h
All phionesare Copyrighced by Maren Hansen
All phones ae Copyrighted by Maren Hansen
Table 6.4 cont.
The photo shows the results of mixing sodium chloride solution with
solutions of copper nitrate, silver nitrate and iron nitrate. Focus on the
formation of a precipitate (solid) in each test tube. The appearance of
the sodium chloride solution before mixing is shown.
Sodium
chloride initial chloride
Sodium
chloride +silver chlorideiron
nitrate
nitrate
nitrate
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Table 6.4 cont The photo shows the results of mixing sodium nitrate solution with solutions of copper nitrate, silver nitrate and iron nitrate. Focus on the formation of a precipitate (solid) in each test tube. The appearance ot the sodium nitrate solution before mixing is shown. All phones are Copyrighted by Maren Hansen Table 6.4 The photo shows the results of mixing sodium hydroxide solution with solutions of copper nitrate, silver nitrate and iron nitrate. Focus on the formation of a precipitate (solid) in each test tube. The appearance of the sodium hydroxide solution before mixing is shown. Sodium nitrate Sodium nitrate Sodium nitrate Sodium nitrate hydroxide hydroxide*hydroxide hydroxide initial copper +silver nitrateiron nitrate with sodium h All phionesare Copyrighced by Maren Hansen All phones ae Copyrighted by Maren Hansen Table 6.4 cont. The photo shows the results of mixing sodium chloride solution with solutions of copper nitrate, silver nitrate and iron nitrate. Focus on the formation of a precipitate (solid) in each test tube. The appearance of the sodium chloride solution before mixing is shown. Sodium chloride initial chloride Sodium chloride +silver chlorideiron nitrate nitrate nitrate

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  • Single displacement reaction – These are the kind of reaction were displacement of only a single ion form a single compound takes place .Say for example in the skeletal equation given below:
  • In the above reaction, since A being more reactive than B has the tendency to displace B from its compound and the product formed has now a new element B and a new ionic compound AC.

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