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) Write the balanced chemical equation for the synthesis of strontium iodate monohydrate from strontium nitrate, potassium iodate, and water.

1.) Write the balanced chemical equation for the synthesis of strontium iodate monohydrate from strontium nitrate, potassium iodate, and water. Be sure to include the water in the formula for strontium iodate monohydrate.

2.) Calculate the molar masses for each reactant and product

3.) For each trial, determine the limiting reactant and the theoretical yield of the strontium iodate monohydrate. Use these values to calculate the limiting reactant and the theoretical yield for each trial.

Trial 1

KIO3

Mass (g) 1.500 _+0.005
Volume water (mL) 50_+2

Sr(NO3)2

Mass (g) 1.500 _+0.005
Volume water (mL) 25_+2

Trial 2

KIO3

Mass (g) 1.800 _+0.005
Volume water (mL) 50_+2

Sr(NO3)2

Mass (g) 0.800 _+0.005
Volume water (mL) 25_+2


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