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Ionic equations
1. The spectator ions in a reaction between lithium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid are:
Li+ and Cl-H+ and OH-Li+ and OH- Li+ and H+
2. A strong electrolyte:
is always strongly reactiveis always a strong acid
is always a covalent compound always contains a metal combined with nonmetals
dissociates completely into ions in solution
3. The net ionic equation for the reaction between mercury(I) nitrate and potassium chloride does NOT include which of the following species?
Cl-NO3-Hg2Cl2(s)Hg22+
4. Which of the following acids is a weak electrolyte?
HNO3HCl HClO4H2S H2SO4
5. Which of the following is a spectator ion in the reaction between aluminum sulfate and barium chloride?
Al3+(aq) BaCl2(aq) Ba2+(aq) SO32-(aq)SO42-(aq)
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