Answer to Question #49329 in Other Chemistry for brooke
using word equations and turning them into chemical equations and balancing them. (also writing the state of matter) 1) a double displacement reaction occurs between aqueous calcium hydroxide and lithium fluoride. 2) Aqueous forms of lead ll nitrate and potassium sulfate react, with a product being a precipitate of lead ll sulfate. 3. Aqueous sodium carbonate and silve l nitrite are reactants in a double displacement reaction. 4. when crystalline C6H12O6 is burned into oxygen a combustion reaction occurs.
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