Predicting Products for Single Replacement Reactions

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cale tucker
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Predicting Products for Single Replacement Reactions

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1. calcium + cobalt (III) dichromate → ?

2. aluminum + tin (II) chromate → ?

3. potassium + lead (II) sulfite → ?
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Re: Predicting Products for Single Replacement Reactions

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What are your ideas?
The teacher want to see probably

3 Ca + Co2(Cr2O7)3 => 2 Co + 3 CaCr2O7

But this is wrong, under this conditions it react like this

21 Ca +Co2(Cr2O7)3 => 2 Co + 6 Cr + 21 CaO

Try to solve the next
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