Writing Double DIsplacement reactions

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AbiVic21
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Writing Double DIsplacement reactions

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I am not sure how to set up the reaction equation for the problem, For a particular reaction, you need some solid manganese (VII) sulfide. You go look in the chemical cabinet but you're out. So, you decide to make some yourself by mixing a solution of manganese (VII) nitrate with a solution of ammonium sulfide. (Once the solid is formed, you can filter it out of solution).
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Re: Writing Double DIsplacement reactions

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Manganese VII sulfide is not existing. Manganese-VII is only available as oxides or as anion in Permanganate.

But theoretically a equation can be formed.

Write down the formulas first.
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