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3OH-+Cr3+ -> Cr(OH)3

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KOH + HClO2 --> KClO2 + H2Oalkali + acid --> salt (potassium chlorite; not chloride!) + water


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It is a simple AB + CD = AD + CB reaction so we would have: NaOH + KCl -> NaCl + KOH




The compound copper (III) chloride doesn't exist !


When potassium metal or potassium oxide is added in water potassium hydroxide is formed which may be crystallised out by evaporation, 2K + 2H2O = 2KOH + H2 or K2O + H2O = 2KOH


The balanced equation is: Ag+ (aq) + Cl- (aq) → AgCl(s)


NH4NO3 + KCl ==>KNO3 + NH4Cl already balanced ;)








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