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11) sodium fluoride is mixed with hydrochloric acid Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. 12) hydrobromic acid is mixed with silver acetate Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. 13) hydrosulfuric acid is mixed with lead (II)acetate Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. -8-
14) Lithium hydroxide and lead (II) nitrate. Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. ______________________________________________________________________________ 15) copper(II)bromide and potassium phosphate. Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. ______________________________________________________________________________ 16) magnesium sulfide and nickel(II) chloride. Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. -9-
17) calcium hydroxide and sulfuric acid. Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. ______________________________________________________________________________ 18) barium hydroxide and sodium iodide. Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. ______________________________________________________________________________ 19) silver nitrate and calcium bromide. Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. ______________________________________________________________________________ -10-
20) Lithium phosphate and ammonium sulfide. Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. ______________________________________________________________________________ 21) barium hydroxide and chromic acid Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. ______________________________________________________________________________ 22) potassium hydroxide and ammonium iodide Molecular equation: Total-ionic: Net-ionic: Conductivity: Strong, weak, or none? Ans: _________. Why? List the ions causing the conductivity, if any. ______________________________________________________________________________ -11-

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