# Problem: Consider the generic ionic compounds with the formulas AX and BY and the following solubility rules:AX - soluble; BY - soluble; AY - soluble; BX - insolubleLet circles represent A+ ions; squares represent B+ ions; triangles represent X–; and diamonds represent Y– ions. We represent solutions of the two compounds (AX and BY) as follows:Draw the correct molecular-level representation showing the solid that precipitates out of the solution as a result of mixing the two solutions.

###### FREE Expert Solution

AX(aq) + BY(aq) →

double displacement reaction

AX(aq) + BY(aq) → AY(aq) + BX(s)

BX - insoluble → precipiate

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###### Problem Details

Consider the generic ionic compounds with the formulas AX and BY and the following solubility rules:

AX - soluble; BY - soluble; AY - soluble; BX - insoluble

Let circles represent A+ ions; squares represent B+ ions; triangles represent X; and diamonds represent Y ions. We represent solutions of the two compounds (AX and BY) as follows:

Draw the correct molecular-level representation showing the solid that precipitates out of the solution as a result of mixing the two solutions.