Balancing All chemical equations are balanced for both matter and charge

Balancing all chemical equations are balanced for

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Balancing : All chemical equations are balanced for both matter and charge, meaning the amount of each type of matter must be identical on both sides (this is what you usually consider when balancing) and the sum of the charge of all the reactants must equal the sum of the charge of all the products. Half reactions : Oxidation ½ reaction: shows only the species being oxidized and it’s loss of electrons; reduction ½ reaction: shows only the species being reduced and it’s gain of electrons Net Ionic Equations Worksheet BALANCE the following molecular equations then write the NET IONIC EQUATION & identify the spectator ions 2. ____ NaCl (aq) + ____ AgC 2 H 3 O 2 (aq) ____ NaC 2 H 3 O 2 (aq) + _____ AgCl (s) Spectator Ions : _____ & _____ 3. ____ Ca(OH) 2 (aq) + _____ H 3 PO 4 (aq) _____ H 2 O (l) + _____ Ca 3 (PO 4 ) 2 (s) Spectator Ions : _____ & _____ 4. _____ Cl 2 (g) + _____ NaBr (aq) _____ Br 2 (l) + _____ NaCl (aq) Spectator Ions : _____ & _____
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H Chem Unit 5 Using solubility rules & net ionic equations Name: _______________________________________ p. 4 Using the solubility rules, predict the products, balance the molecular equation, write the balanced net ionic equations for each of the following reactions, and identify the spectator ions. If a reaction does not occur, write NR (that’s it—no other work needed!) 5. MOLECULAR ____KNO 3 (aq) + ____ NaOH (aq) ____ ___________ ___ + ____ ______________ __ NET IONIC: Spectator Ions: 6. MOLECULAR _____AgClO 3 (aq) + _____KCl (aq) ___ ________________ ____ + ____ ________________ ___ NET IONIC: Spectator Ions: 7. MOLECULAR _____Fe(NO 3 ) 2 (aq) + _____ K (s) ___ ________________ ___ + ____ _____________________ ___ NET IONIC: Spectator Ions: 8. MOLECULAR _____ZnCl 2 (aq) + _____ H 2 S (aq) ___ ________________ ___ + ____ _____________________ ___ NET IONIC:: Spectator Ions:
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H Chem Unit 5 Using solubility rules & net ionic equations Name: _______________________________________ p. 5 Answers to Solubility Rules Worksheet 3. Classify each of the substances as being soluble or insoluble in water. a. potassium bromide – sol b. lead (II) carbonate – insol c. barium sulfate – insol d. zinc hydroxide – insol e. sodium acetate – sol f. silver iodide – insol g. cadmium (II) sulfide – insol h. zinc carbonate – insol i. silver acetate – sol j. copper (II) sulfide – insol k. Mg 3 (PO 4 ) 2 insol l. KOH – sol m. NiCl 2 - sol n. NH 4 OH – sol o. Hg 2 SO 4 insol p. PbI 2 insol . 4. Identify the two new compounds which form if the solutions, as suggested by the following table, were mixed. CIRCLE the names of the compounds which would precipitate from the solutions.
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  • Spring '17
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  • Chemical reaction, Sodium chloride, Spectator ion, Ionic Equations Worksheet

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