Problem: For this question, consider what might happen if a solution of mercury (II) nitrate were to be mixed with a solution of ammonium iodide. You will want to write a balanced equation and a net ionic equation to help you answer the following questions.In the balanced equation, the coefficient in front of the mercury compound on the left side of the equation and the ammonium compound on the right side of the equation will bea) 1 and 1, respectivelyb) 1 and 2, respectivelyc) 2 and 1, respectivelyd) 2 and 4, respectively 

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For this question, consider what might happen if a solution of mercury (II) nitrate were to be mixed with a solution of ammonium iodide. You will want to write a balanced equation and a net ionic equation to help you answer the following questions.

In the balanced equation, the coefficient in front of the mercury compound on the left side of the equation and the ammonium compound on the right side of the equation will be

a) 1 and 1, respectively

b) 1 and 2, respectively

c) 2 and 1, respectively

d) 2 and 4, respectively 

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