Magnesium nitrate plus sodium hydroxide?
zinc nitrate + sodium hydroxide yields sodium nitrate and zinc hydroxide( white precipitate)
Word equation: Sodium Hydroxide + Calcium Nitrate --> Calcium Hydroxide + Sodium Nitrate Chemical equation: Ca(NO3)2 + 2NaOH --> Ca(OH)2 + 2NaNo3
Coefficients of nitric acid Sodium hydroxide sodium nitrate+water
this reaction form sodium nitrate + hydrogen
Nothing happens, so everything is balanced
Sodium Nitrate is a salt, the product of the reaction of an acid with a base. For instance, Sodium Hydroxide plus Nitric Acid would form the salt Sodium Nitrate and Water. NaOH + HNO3 = NaNO3 + H2O
magnesium + aluminum nitrate ---> magnesium nitrate + aluminum
Yes, the water and sodium produce sodium hydroxide and hydrogen!
2OH^- + Cu^2+ --------> Cu(OH)2!
that means the silver nitrate reacted with the sodium hyroxide solution and sodium hydroxide and silver oxide was produced. this is called a double replacement reaction.
MAgnesium sulpate plus water!
Mg + Zn(NO3)2 --> Mg(NO3)2 + Zn Magnesium + Zinc Nitrate --> Magnesium Nitrate + Zinc.
The word equestion for AgNO3 plus NaOH is, Silver nitrate + sodium hydroxide and it's reaction type is doubel displacement.
= iron hydroxide plus sodium chloride
Sodium hydroxide plus hydrochloric acid equals sodium chloride plus water.
Magnesium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid react to produce water and magnesium chloride.
Sulfuric acid plus sodium hydroxide gives sodium sulfate plus water.
What is the balanced equation for silver nitrate plus sodium chlorate equals sodium nitrate plus silver chlorate?
its already balanced
magnesium hydroxide + sulphuric acid gives magnesium sulfate plus water.
Sodium hydroxide doesn't react with nitrogen gas.
2 NaOH + Co(NO3)2 ----> Co(OH)2 + 2 NaNO3
Nitric acid is the acid and magnesium hydroxide is the base. Therefore it is an acid-base reaction and the products are magnesium nitrate and water only. chemical equation for reaction complete with its states: 2HNO3(aq) +Mg(OH)2(aq) -----> Mg(NO3)2(aq) + 2H2O(l)
Magnesium carbonate and sodium sulphate.
One mole of magnesium plus two moles of nitric acid/hydrogen nitrate becomes one mole of magnesium nitrate plus one mole of hydrogen.
No reaction occurs; and salt is sodium chloride.
What is the balanced equation for Silver nitrate plus Sodium bromide equals Sodium nitrate plus Silver bromide?
No - phosphorous can not just appear. Heating magnesium hydroxide will give magnesium oxide and water.
Magnesium hydroxide plus hydrochloric acid yields magnesium chloride plus water. Mg(OH)2 + 2HCl = MgCl2 + 2H2O
gives potassium nitrate plus water
What is the balance equation for cobalt nitrate plus sodium carbonate to produce cobalt carbonate plus sodium nitrate?
Assuming cobalt(II) nitrate: Co(NO3)2 + Na2CO3 --> CoCO3 + 2NaNO3
Calcium Hydroxide + Nitrate
Sodium Hydroxide does not undergoes chemical change with water. It just becomes dilute or aqueous.
SODIUM HYDROXIDE commonly known as caustic soda is industrially manufactured by the electrolysis of brine in the lab, it is prepared by heating an excess of slaked lime with 10 percent sodium trioxocabornate4 solution.the insoluble calcium that is formed is filtered off leaving behind sodium hydroxide,which is concentrated by evapouration. Na2CO3(aq) +Ca(OH)2(s)=CaCo3(s) + 2NaOH(aq) Nitric acid reacts with sodium hydroxide (danger: take precautions with greatest care) to form sodium nitrate plus water.
Magnesium Hydroxide, used in "Milk of Magnesia" Magnesium has +2 valence and hydroxide (OH) has negative 1 valence, so: Mg+2 + 2(OH-) --> Mg(OH)2
Magnesium oxide is a salt, but nitric acid isn't, and I don't believe that you would get a salt by mixing these two substances. Perhaps you meant to ask what salt is produced by mixing magnesium hydroxide and nitric acid; in that case you would produce the salt magnesium nitrate.
It is Sodium Sulphate :) Hope I helped
Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate plus Nitric acid = Sodium Nitrate + Hydrogen + Co2
Na don't react with sodium nitrate; but if you add sodium to a water solution of nitrate sodium will react violently with water.
carbon dioxide+ water+ sodium nitrate
a big lump of mess i dont think so copper sulphate +sodium hydroxide = Na2So4 +Cu(OH)2 WHICH IS SODIUM SULPHATE AND COPPER HYDROXIDE
What is the balanced equation for sodium sulfide plus copper II nitrate to form sodium nitrate plus copper II sulfide?
Na2S + Cu(NO3)2 -> 2NaNO3 + CuS
sodium ch loride and water
It yields sodium sulfate + water
NaNO + Kcl =Nacl + KNO3 Further answer But the formula for sodium nitrate is NaNO3, not NaNO.
What is the balanced equation for Magnesium hydroxide plus hydrogen chloride produces magnesium chloride plus water?
MgCl2 plus 2H20 produces Mg(OH)2 plus 2HCl
magnesium reacts with water to give out magnesium hydroxide and hydrogen. Mg + 2H2O --> Mg(OH)2 + H2