Acid Base Neutralization Reaction Problems

Acid Base Neutralization Reaction Problems

Directions

Predict and balance the following reactions. Use the abbreviations (s), (l), (g), and (aq) for the reactants and products. All reactants are aqueous unless otherwise stated.

Practice Problems

Carbon dioxide gas is bubbled through a solutions of lithium hydroxide

Sodium nitrite is reacted with hydrochloric acid

Ammonium bromide + Sodium hydroxide

Carbon dioxide gas is reacted with solid potassium oxide

Solid Magnesium oxide is reacted with hydrochloric acid

Equal numbers of moles of potassium hydroxide and phosphoric acid react

Sodium fluoride reacts with dilute nitric acid

Ammonium carbonate + potassium bromide

Oxalic acid (0.1 M) reacts with an equal volume of cesium hydroxide (0.1 M)

Silver nitrate + sodium chromate

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