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Write the formulas for the following:

         Hydrochloric acid                                sulfuric acid
         Phosphoric acid                                  perchloric acid
         Hydroiodic acid                                  nitric acid
         Hydrobromic acid                                 calcium hydroxide
         Sodium hydroxide                                 barium hydroxide
         Lithium hydroxide                                iron (III) hydroxide
         Potassium hydroxide                              strontium hydroxide

Write and balance the following equations. All are double replacement/acid/base reactions.

    1.   Hydrochloric acid reacts with calcium hydroxide

    2.   Phosphoric acid reacts with barium hydroxide

    3. Hydroiodic acid reacts with iron (III) hydroxide

    4.   Hydrobromic acid reacts with sodium hydroxide

    5. Sulfuric acid reacts with lithium hydroxide

    6. Perchloric acid reacts with potassium hydroxide

    7. Nitric acid reacts with strontium hydroxide

    8. Nitric acid reacts with iron (III) hydroxide

    9. Sulfuric acid reacts with Iron (III) hydroxide

    10. Phosphoric acid reacts with strontium hydroxide

11. You react 1.5 moles of sulfuric acid with potassium hydroxide. How many moles of potassium
    hydroxide are needed?

12. You react 10.5 grams of perchloric acid with enough barium hydroxide for a complete reaction.
    How many moles of barium hydroxide are needed?

13. You react 4.3 moles of phosphoric acid with sufficient calcium hydroxide for a complete
    reaction. How many grams of calcium hydroxide are needed?

14. In a titration reaction, you’ve mixed 5.6 grams of sodium hydroxide with perchloric acid. How
    many grams of the acid are needed for a complete reaction?

15. In a different titration, you add 50.00 grams of iron (III) hydroxide to sulfuric acid. How many
    grams of the sulfuric acid are required for the reaction?

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