What precipitate is mostly likely to form from a solution containing \(Ba^{2+},\ Na^{+1}, \ OH^{-1}, CO_3^{-2}\)? I think it is BaCO3 but then Ba(OH)2 is also insoluble so i'm not sure.

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What precipitate is mostly likely to form from a solution containing \(Ba^{2+},\ Na^{+1}, \ OH^{-1}, CO_3^{-2}\)? I think it is BaCO3 but then Ba(OH)2 is also insoluble so i'm not sure.

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Look at your solubility rules

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And define what is reacting with what
\(\sf CO_3^{2-}\) is only soluble with Group \(\sf 1A\) and \(\sf NH_4^+\)
And because \(\sf Ba^{2+}\) is in group 2, that would make \(\sf BaCO_3\) a solid :)
oh okay thanks!

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