anonymous
  • anonymous
Topic: Preparation of the soluble salt : ZnSO4 Question 1) Why was HCl and BaCl2 solution added to the solution containing the salt ZnSO4 and distilled water? 2) At the end of the reaction in 1) a milky substance was formed. What did this substance indicated? Thanks! any help is appreciated because at this point, i'm so confused!
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oOKawaiiOo
  • oOKawaiiOo
1) a double displacement reaction will occur. 2) The milky substance is the ZnCl2(s) precipitate. Any +2 cations I know are typically insoluble in water. I hope this helped!
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks! one more thing...what exactly is a double displacement reaction?
oOKawaiiOo
  • oOKawaiiOo
AX + BY --> AY + BX A and B are the cations X and Y are the anions

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oOKawaiiOo
  • oOKawaiiOo
The cations trade their anions
anonymous
  • anonymous
oh ok thank you! ^_^
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