Problem: Part A: What is the net ionic equation of the reaction of FeCl  2 with NaOH? Part B: What is the net ionic equation of the reaction of MgSO 4 with Sr(NO3)2?

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We´re asked to determine the net ionic equation of the reaction for the two parts problem. The parts are:

A: FeCl2 with NaOH

B: 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.


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Part A: What is the net ionic equation of the reaction of FeCl  2 with NaOH? 


Part B: What is the net ionic equation of the reaction of MgSO 4 with Sr(NO3)2?

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