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vJ~te.J iMte.Lld o-f -tk irol). O-Je,f ti(Ylt the Zinc ;;:;:s tl>{(odti Q'.No'j I G\"d r\U,Us to bl!..- lqJIlCe,.d. 4. Use the metal activity series to write the products of the reactions, and then balance the reaction. If no reaction occurs, write NR. t C (l(NO~\. t'\ NR.. a. Ca + Mg(N0 3 b e. K+ LiBr ~ NIZ 2 K 2 SO .... + M9 b. _Ag+ FeCI 3 f. K+ MgS0 4 ZnC 12. r 2 Au... 2 Li N0.J -I' CIA C. Zn + 2 AuCI ~ g. 'l. Li + _Cu(N0 3 b j .... 2 A\ Li C I -t Na.. d. 6 Na + AI 2 \S04)3 °1 h. NaCI + Li 5. A metal at the top of the activity series would make a good (oxidizing /~~~ agent, because ____ _ it i~ \/tl,,\ f~~(,+\\/t. Df\d is e.ttsil,,/ o'll.iai2.t.d. W~tl'\ it tl)(idi 2.e.s it h..\erues e1ec. .. :\i{.H1S I I
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-- 6, Write redox half reactions for the following equations: 0 t' a. n. 0 of' 0 Ca(NOJ2 + 2 Li -72 LiN0 3 + Ca oxidation: 2 Li ~ 2 Li t 1 e~ reduction: +~ Ca. t 2e- --..:, Co. +1. I) f1 (\ b. CuCI 2 + Mg -7 MgCI2 + Cu oxidation: M ~ M .f~ + 2i" reduction: (u +l. ... 2t- -4 (u. 7. Explain why the number of electrons must be the same in both the oxidation and reduction half reactions, &e.ca.IJSe, fhe,/ 'He. -\'\...e S~~t e-1e.dfoflS! Thej jIJ.d tfP-oJ ~l frol"l'\ the. 511'b.s t-'ince.- Resources C What is a representative particle? What information does a balanced chemical reaction give us? How does a chemist "counf' their atoms? How is the mole unit converted to grams or particles? 1. Balance the following equations: a. _1 __ CaC0 3 -7 I CaO + I CO 2 b. 2 HgO -7 '2 Hg + _1_0 2 c. N2 + ~ H2 -7 '2 NH3 d. ~ CO 2 + ~ H 2 0 -7 I C S H 12 0 6 + ~ O 2 e.
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