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# Data Table 2: Experimental results. When conducting the reactions as your lab manual outlines, if you see a mixture become cloudy then you know a...

I'm having a somewhat difficult time trying to figure this out for reaction 1,2,3

Data Table 2: Experimental results. When conducting the reactions as your lab manual outlines, if you see a mixture become cloudy then you know a reaction has happened. However, if the reaction mixture remains transparent, even if the color has changed, then there has been no reaction; all of the dissolved materials continues to remain dissolved. For your data table you will record one of two entries for each reaction. a} If there is a precipitate formed, you will record &quot;ppt&quot; for precipitate. if there is a ppt formed, describe what it looks like in the same box in the data table {for example: ”ppt, cloudy, white”). b) If there is no precipitate formed, you will record &quot;NR” for no reaction. PPT-cloudy- Ppt-cloudy—
violet/purplish pink Ppt—cloudy- Ppt-cloudy—
blue blue Ppt—cloudy- Ppt-cloudy—
yellow— ora nge Ppt—cloudy- Ppt-cloudy- Ppt-cloudy—
white white white Ppt—cloudy- Ppt-cloudy—
green green Ppt-cloudy-
unis Ppt-cloudy-
blue Ppt-cloudy-
ora nge Ppt-cloudy-
whitish Ppt-cloudy-
green Ppt-cloudy-
pink Ppt-cloudy-
blue Ppt-cloudy-
green

This is the ionic equation !! 5) For the Net Ionic equation. we need to eliminate ions that do not change from reactants to products (aka
spectator ions] There are two steps:
a) Cancel ions that do not contribute to the formation of the solid on both sides of the equation: 3 32.21%}; s Nag—(w) + 5 Natlgg) + 2 ma- (gg) a Ba3(PD4)1(s) + s He‘d-(351) + a met-(99) b) Write the net ionic equation with the remaining ions and solid: 3332+ ‘95); 2P043- (as) —’ 333(P04h [5} This is the net ionic equationi.’ For full credit, please remember to do the following:
0 Include charges on ions.
0 Use sub and superscripts properly, e.g.: ”2P043- -) Ba3(P04l1”, not ”2PD43- -) Ba3(PD4)2” or P045};
etc.
I Write the correct chemical formula for the precipitate. 0 Balance the net ionic equation. Reaction 1: Chemical:
Complete ioniczl Net ionic: Reaction 2: Chemical: Complete ionic: Net Ionic: Reaction 3: Chemical:
Complete ionic: Net ionic:

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