Reactions for Net Ionic Equations for Experiment 9, The Nine Bottle Problem Chemistry 110   Fall 2004  Dr. Mahler

 

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AgNO3

 

 

BaCl2

 

 

H2O

 

H2SO4

 

KI

 

 

NH4Cl

 

 

(NH4)2CO3

 

 

NaOH

 

 

Pb(OAc)2

OAc = acetate

 

AgNO3

 

 

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X

 

 

X

X

X

X

 

 

 

BaCl2

 

X

 

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X

 

 

X

 

X

 

H2O

 

 

 

 

 

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H2SO4

 

  X  

 

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X

X

X

 

KI

 

X      

 

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X

 

NH4Cl

 

X      

 

 

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X

X

 

(NH4)2CO3

 

X X   X

 

 

 

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X

 

X

 

NaOH

 

X     X   X X

 

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X

 

Pb(OAc)2

OAc = acetate

  X   X X X X X

 

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The above chart shows which combinations of reagents are expected to give product or products for which you have to write a balanced net ionic reaction. 

IF you observed a reaction that gave a product (i.e. produced a precipitate or gas or a molecule), write a balanced net ionic equation. Note that A + B is the same as B + A, so you only have to write each reaction of a set once. Do not write anything for just mixing (where no reaction occurred). If you want, you can write the molecular and ionic and net ionic reactions, but be you must write the net ionic reaction, with charges and phases clearly shown, for each reaction that occurred.