We’re asked to determine the net ionic equation from the reaction of MgSO4 with Sr(NO3)2.
In an ionic reaction, our reactants dissolve in water and break up into ions, and then reassemble to create products.
This is known as a double displacement reaction.
Keep in mind that a reaction occurs if we create a solid, a liquid, or a gas. Additionally, no reaction occurs if all products are aqueous.
What is the net ionic equation of the reaction of MgSO4 with Sr(NO3)2?
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