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What's stopping you from doing a double replacement?
Usually we have acid + base -> salt + water
something around those lines
Well, do you see why that may not be right?
|dw:1436995439301:dw| balance this for me
You're not answering my question
What was your question?
Just balance that and see what you get
What do you get?
Ugh hold on OS is lagging. Is there a drawing or something?
Technically it would be harder to pull of each subsequent proton from H3PO4, the first should be the easiest. Definitely agree with @astrophysics though
If you write out the chemical equation it will be much clearer to you..
What is the product?
Yes, I'm asking you to tell me
Because if I do it, that's not very useful
That's the product.
I think your problem lies in writing a chemical equation rather than understanding the question itself.
\[AB + CD -> AD+BC\] this is a double replacement reaction
Ohh so the answer is D! Thank you :)
Yes, that also makes more sense, I was just trying to get that across :)
It's Double replacement so you switch both your reactants AB + CD ----> AD + CB