Aqueous solutions of sodium phosphate and calcium chloride react.....?


1.Does the reaction occur?  Explain your reasoning.  ?


 2.Write a balanced complete ionic equation including states of matter. ?



3.Illustrate the reaction in the well plate. ?




4.Write your spectator ions ? 

1 Answer

  • 3 months ago

    A precipitate (calcium phosphate) is formed. That shows a chemical reaction occurred.

    Net ionic:

    3Ca^2+(aq) + 3PO4^3-(aq) ---> Ca3(PO4)2(s)

    Spectator ions:

    Na^+(aq) and Cl^-(aq)

    Illustrate the reaction in the well plate.

    The mixed solutions will turn cloudy white. This is due the finely-divided bits of calcium phosphate floating about. Put the solution in a centrifuge and the the calcium phosphate will all be driven to the bottom of the tube.

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