Unformatted text preview: Name: ___________________________________ Chemical Reactions and Equations Reading Guide Writing and Balancing Equations (Section 7.1) The molecular equation shows ____________________________________________________________. If the compound is soluble in water, the compound will actually be present as ions. Watch the video tutorial on Ionic Equations Practice Problem: Write a complete ionic equation for the following molecular equation. Use the solubility rules in table 4.1 to write in the missing phases. 2 K3PO4 + 3 FeBr2 6 KBr + Fe3(PO4)2 Spectator ions are not _____________________________________________________________. Cross out spectator ions in your equation above and then write the net ionic equation below. Precipitation reactions are ones in which ______________________________________________________. Using the solubility rules in Table 4.1, circle any of the following salts that are soluble in water. BaSO4 Na3PO4 AgCl KOH CuNO3 Show how the cations and anions would swap in a double displacement reaction between AgNO3 and BaCl2. Write an (s) next to any solid that forms as a precipitate. ...
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