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					                              Net Ionic Equations (#1) – Class Set

1. solid lead (II) chromate is added to a solution of sodium hydroxide
2. solid lithium hydride is placed in cold water
3. an excess of ammonia gas is added to a solution of zinc (II) sulfate
4. solid sodium acetate is added to hydrochloric acid
5. a solution of potassium dichromate is mixed with sulfuric acid and sodium iodide
6. solid barium carbonate is reacted with nitric acid
7. solid aluminum sulfide is added to water
8. silver metal is dropped into 6 M nitric acid
9. zinc metal is treated with tin (II) nitrate
10. solutions of sodium dichromate and iron (II) sulfate are mixed in the presence of sulfuric acid
11. liquid titanium (IV) chloride is added to water
12. solid ammonium chloride is added to a solution of sodium hydroxide
13. solid sodium hydrogen carbonate is added to a solution of sodium hydroxide
14. calcium sulfite is added to hydrochloric acid
15. sodium metal is placed in pure liquid ammonia
16. acetic acid is combined with methyl alcohol
17. a solution of potassium iodate is added to hydroiodic acid
18. solid calcium phosphate is dropped in excess hydrochloric acid
19. solid sodium amide is added to water
20. solid zinc metal is dropped into hydrochloric acid
21. potassium dichromate solution is treated with sodium hydroxide
22. solid barium carbonate is dropped into water and carbon dioxide is bubbled through
23. potassium permanganate is reacted with hydrochloric acid
24. solid zinc hydroxide is placed into liquid ammonia
25. hydrogen sulfide gas is bubbled over moist lead (II) chloride
26. solid sodium hydroxide is dropped into water and carbon dioxide is bubbled through
27. solid silver chloride is added to liquid ammonia
28. a solution of potassium permanganate is added to hydroiodic acid
29. phosphorous trichloride liquid is added to water
30. a solution of hydrogen peroxide is heated
31. mercury metal is placed into concentrated nitric acid
32. boron trifluoride gas is mixed with trimethyl amine
33. iron (III) ions are reduced by iodide ions
34. hydrogen sulfide is bubbled through a solution of silver nitrate
35. potassium permanganate solution is added to concentrated hydrochloric acid
36. concentrated (15 M) ammonia solution is added in excess to a solution of copper (II) nitrate
37. magnesium metal is added to dilute nitric acid, giving as one of the products a compound in
    which the oxidation number for nitrogen is –3
38. excess water is added to solid calcium hydride
39. excess silver acetate is added to a solution of trisodium phosphate
40. solid sodium cyanide is added to water

				
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