Problem: Is the solution of the following salt acidic, basic, or neutral? For those that are not neutral, write balanced chemical equation for the reaction causing the solution to be acidic or basic. The relevant Ka and Kb value are found in the following tables.  a. Sr(NO3)2

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Ionic salt:  Sr(NO3)2

Cation: Sr2+

  • transition metal
  • charge = +2 → acidic


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Is the solution of the following salt acidic, basic, or neutral? For those that are not neutral, write balanced chemical equation for the reaction causing the solution to be acidic or basic. The relevant Ka and Kb value are found in the following tables.  

a. Sr(NO3)2


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