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Solved: a. Predict the relative bond lengths of the three carbonoxygen bonds in the

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a. Predict the relative bond lengths of the three carbonoxygen bonds in the carbonate ion.b. What is the charge on each oxygen?

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v Precipitationreactionshavemostlyioniccompoundsandaredoubledisplacement reactions v Theyrequireaqueousreagentsinordertoprecipitateanelement v YourproductshouldbeaSOLIDandanotherAQUEOUSsolution v Herearethestepsyoutaketofindprecipitationreactions: Ø Stepone:balancedequation 3BaCl 2 (aq)+3Na 2PO 4(aq)àBa 3(PO4) 2(S+6NaCl (aq) Ø Next,youhavetoexpandtheionicequationcompletely(thisiscalledthe complete/expandedionicequation) 3Ba+6Cl+6Na+2PO 4àBa 3(PO 4)2(s)+6Na+6Cl Ø Canceloutallspectatorions(commonionsthatarenotinvolvedinthereaction.So,in thisexampleit’dbe6Cland6Na Ø Theremainingreagentswillcreateyournetionicequaion:

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Textbook: Organic Chemistry
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Author: Paula Yurkanis Bruice
ISBN: 9780134042282

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