should be super easy for chemists. HELP

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lexiilexii
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should be super easy for chemists. HELP

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Hi! I have 2 questions.

Consider the reaction when aqueous solutions of chromium(II) acetate and barium hydroxide are combined. The net ionic equation for this reaction is:


Consider the reaction when aqueous solutions of zinc bromide and sodium phosphate are combined. The net ionic equation for this reaction is:
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Re: should be super easy for chemists. HELP

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Easy for chemists, but what about you. What ideas do you have? It is not a homework forum.
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