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Ions in Aqueous Solutions

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									Ions in Aqueous Solutions

      Chemistry Honors
               Dissociation
• The separation of ions that occurs when an
  ionic compound dissolves.
          Net Ionic Equations
• Includes only those compounds and ions that
  undergo a chemical change in a reaction in an
  aqueous solution.
• Spectator Ions: ions that do take part in a
  chemical reaction and are found in solution
  both before and after the reaction.
• Identify the precipitate that forms when
  aqueous solutions of zinc nitrate and
  ammonium sulfide are combined. Write the
  net ionic reaction.
• Will a precipitate form if solutions of
  potassium sulfate and barium nitrate are
  combined? If so, write the net ionic equation
  for the reaction.
• Will a precipitate form if solutions of titanium
  nitrate and magnesium sulfate are combined?
  If so write the net ionic equation for this
  reaction.
• Will a precipitate form if solutions of
  strontium chloride and sodium sulfate are
  combined? If so identify the spectator ions
  and write the net ionic equation.
Will a precipitate form from the reaction of
 aqueous solutions of lithium carbonate and
 niobium (V) sulfate? If so, write the net ionic
 equation.
Will a precipitate form from the reaction of
 aqueous solutions of aluminum acetate and
 germanium phosphate? If so, write the net
 ionic equation and identify the spectator ions.
Will a precipitate form from the reaction of
 aqueous solutions of tin (IV) chlorate and
 barium iodide. If so, identify the spectator
 ions and write the net ionic equation.
Lead (IV) hydroxide decomposes.

								
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