a. barium nitrate
• barium → Group 2A → Ba2+ → +2 charge
• nitrate → polyatomic ion → NO3- → –1 charge
• Ba(NO3)2 → Ba2+ + 2 NO3-
b. sodium chloride
• sodium → Group 1A → Na+ → +1 charge
• chloride → Group 7A → Cl- → –1 charge
• NaCl → Na+ + Cl-
c. potassium carbonate
Match each name below with the following microscopic pictures of that compound in aqueous solution.
a. barium nitrate c. potassium carbonate
b. sodium chloride d. magnesium sulfate
Which picture best represents HNO3(aq)? Why aren’t any of the pictures a good representation of HC2H3O2(aq)?
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