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Predict the Products of the Following Chemical Reactions. If a double replacement...

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Predict the Products of the Following Chemical Reactions. If a double replacement reaction forms a precipitate, CIRCLE the precipitate.

1. C3H6 + O2 à

2. Al(OH)3 à

3. MgCO3 à

4. Li + ZnCl2 à

5. Mg(ClO3)2 à

6. LiClO3 + KMnO4 à

7. Na2O + HNO3 à

8. HBr + NaOH à

9. AgNO3 + Li2SO4 à

10. C2H6 + O2 à

11. H2 + O2 à

12. Na + Cl à

13. Li3P + NaNO3 à

14. PCl3 à

15. H2CO3 à

16. H2SO4 + Ba(OH)2 à

17. FeCO3 à

18. Sr + KCl à

19. Mg3(PO4)2 + K2CO3 à

20. LiOH + HCl à

21. Ba(OH)2 + KCl à

22. Ca(ClO3)2 à

23. C5H12O2 + O2 à

24. H2SO3 + Mg(OH)2 à

25. AgNO3 + Au à

26. AgNO3 + Zn à

27. MnO + PbSO4 à

28. Fe3(PO4)2 + NaNO3 à

29. MgCl2 + KOH à

30. Li2SO3 + NH4OH 

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sciencesolve | Teacher | (Level 3) Educator Emeritus

Posted October 30, 2013 at 5:48 PM (Answer #1)

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1)The balanced equation `2 C_3H_6 + 9 O2 => 6 CO_2 + 6 H_2O`

The products of reaction between propene C_3H_6 and oxygen are carbon dioxide(`CO_2` ) and water(`H_2O` ).

2)The products of reaction resulted after the thermal decomposition of `Al(OH)_3 ` are aluminium oxide (`Al_2O_3` ) and water (`H_2O` ).

3) The products of reaction between silver nitrate  `AgNO_3` and lithium sulphate `Li_2SO_4` , are the salt silver sulphate `AgSO_4` and lithium nitrate `Li_2NO_3` :

`AgNO_3 + Li_2SO_4 => AgSO_4 + Li_2NO_3`

4) The products of reaction between lithium hydroxide `LiOH` and hydrochloric acid `HCl` are the salt lithium chloride `LiCl` and water:

`LiOH + HCl => LiCl + H_2O`

5) The products of reaction between silver nitrate  `AgNO_3` and zinc `Zn` are silver `Ag` and zinc nitrate `Zn(NO_3)_2` :

`2AgNO_3 + Zn => 2Ag + Zn(NO_3)_2`

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