Balancing Equations - Double Displacement Reactions
Chapter

Dr. Robert Belford




Question 1
Potassium carbonate reacts with lead(II) nitrate to form lead(II) carbonate and potassium nitrate. What is the stoichiometric coefficient in front of the lead(II) nitrate for the balanced equation?
(A)  1
(B)  2
(C)  3
(D)  4
 
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Question 2
Aluminum chloride reacts with silver sulfate to form aluminum sulfate and silver chloride. What is the stoichiometric coefficient in front of the silver chloride for the balanced equation?
(A)  2
(B)  3
(C)  4
(D)  6
 
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Question 3
Manganese(II)sulfate reacts with sodium phosphate to produce manganese(II)phosphate and sodium sulfate. What is the stoichiometric coefficient in front of the sodium sulfate for the balanced equation?
(A)  1
(B)  2
(C)  3
(D)  4
 
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Question 4
Sulfuric Acid reacts with Ammonium hydroxide to produce Ammonium sulfate and water. What is the stoichiometric coefficient in front of the water for the balanced equation?
(A)  1
(B)  2
(C)  3
(D)  4
 
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Question 5
Iron(III)chloride reacts with lead(IV)sulfate to produce Iron(III)sulfate and lead(IV)chloride. What is the stoichiometric coefficient in front of the Iron(III)chloride for the balanced equation?
(A)  1
(B)  2
(C)  3
(D)  4
 
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