Complete Ionic Equations Video Lessons

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Problem: Complete the balanced overall ionic equation for sodium iodide dissolving in water. Nal(s) → ? Part 2  Complete the balanced overall ionic equation for lead(II) nitrate dissolving in water. Pb(NO3)2(s) → ? Part 3 What will happen if we combine the solution of sodium iodide and the solution of lead(ll) nitrate? The solutions will mix, so all of the ions will be evenly distributed throughout the entire solution. But sometimes mixing solutions containing dissolved ions leads to a precipitation reaction: the formation of a new insoluble compound. To determine if this happens, we refer to the solubility rules for common ionic compounds in water (Table 4.4, p. 170) Based on the information presented in that table, complete the balanced overall ionic equation for the mixing of these two solutions. 2Na+(aq) + 21-(aq) + Pb2+ (aq) + 2NO3-(aq) → ?

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Complete the balanced overall ionic equation for sodium iodide dissolving in water.
Nal(s) → ?

Part 2
Complete the balanced overall ionic equation for lead(II) nitrate dissolving in water.
Pb(NO3)2(s) → ?

Part 3
What will happen if we combine the solution of sodium iodide and the solution of lead(ll) nitrate? The solutions will mix, so all of the ions will be evenly distributed throughout the entire solution. But sometimes mixing solutions containing dissolved ions leads to a precipitation reaction: the formation of a new insoluble compound. To determine if this happens, we refer to the solubility rules for common ionic compounds in water (Table 4.4, p. 170)
Based on the information presented in that table, complete the balanced overall ionic equation for the mixing of these two solutions.
2Na+(aq) + 21-(aq) + Pb2+ (aq) + 2NO3-(aq) → ?