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Name:________________________ Date:_________________Write the balanced chemical equation for each of the reactions described below. Ex.Gold(III) chloride can be formed by reacting gold metal with chlorine gas. 2 Au + 3 Cl22 AuCl3 1.A solution of phosphoric acid is neutralized with sodium hydroxide solution, forming sodium phosphate and water. 2.When a wire made of copper metal is placed in solution of silver nitrate, silver metal is deposited on the wire and the solution turns blue due to the copper(II) nitrate being formed. 3.The combustion of propane gas with gaseous oxygen gives carbon dioxide and water vapour. 4.When a colourless solution of potassium iodide is mixed with a colourless solution of lead(II) nitrate, the yellow precipitate lead(II) iodide forms. Potassium nitrate remains dissolved in solution. 5.Iron(III) oxide can be reduced by carbon monoxide gas to form iron metal and carbon dioxide gas. 6.Aluminum oxide reacts with hydrofluoric acid to give aluminum trifluoride and water.

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