Ab cd ad cb step 2 predict whether either of the

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Unformatted text preview: tation Equations • Step 1: Determine the formulas for the possible products using the general double-displacement equation. AB + CD → AD + CB • Step 2: Predict whether either of the possible products is water insoluble. If either possible product is insoluble, a precipitation reaction takes place, and you may continue with step 3. If neither is insoluble, write “No reaction”. Water Solubility • Ionic compounds with the following ions are soluble. – NH4+, group 1 metal ions, NO3−, and C2H3O2− • Ionic compounds with the following ions are usually soluble. – Cl−, Br−, I− except with Ag+ and Pb2+ – SO42− except with Ba2+ and Pb2+ • Ionic compounds with the following ions are insoluble. – CO32−, PO43−, and OH− except with NH4+ a...
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