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Click here to erase all data entry on this pageE2-2: Writing Balanced Precipitation ReactionsIn this activity, you will go into the virtual laboratory and perform a series of precipitation reactions using Ag+, Pb2+, and Sb3+. After observing the reactions, you will write the net ionic equations representing thesereactions and then balance them.This video will give you some background on writing net ionic equations and predicting precipitation reactions:In this video we'll show you how to use the inorganic lab:1. To start this activity, click this link forWriting Balanced Precipitation Reactions. The lab will load in a new tab. Click back to this tab to read further instructions and complete the questions below.2. Drag a test tube from the box and place it in the clamp on the ring stand (or you can double click it to move it into position). You can then click on the bottle ofAg+ion solution (it is AgNO3) on the shelf to add it tothe test tube. Then drag the test tube to the blue test tube rack. Repeat for Pb2+(Pb(NO3)2and Sb3+(Sb(OH)3).
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