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# What is the balanced equation for AgNo3 and KBr?

AgNO3 + KBr = AgBr + KNO3

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Yes, the equation K + Br2 = KBr is a balanced chemical equation. For example, 2 K + Br2 = 2 KBr is one and another balance chemical equation is Fe + Cl2 = FeCl3.

The balanced equation is AgNO3 + NaCl --&gt; AgCl + NaNO3. No coefficients are needed because everything bonds in a 1:1 molar ratio.

balanced equation:- AgNO3(aq) + HBr(aq) ----&gt; AgBr(s) + HNO3(aq)

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This equation is:AgNO3 + KBr = AgBr(s) + KNO3Silver bromide is a white precipitate.

The balanced equation is Cl2 + 2 KBr -&gt; Br2 + 2 KCl.

One balanced equation for the reaction between elemental copper and silver nitrate is Cu + AgNO3 -&gt; CuNO3 + Ag.

half equation Ag+ + Cl- gives AgCl balnced equ AgNO3 + NaCl gives AgCl + NaNO3 AgNO3+NaCl===&gt;AgCl+NaNO3

The equation for hydrobromic acid and potassium hydroxide is as follows: HBr + KOH --&gt; HOH + KBr

Balanced equation formed: H2SO4 + 2KBr ==&gt; 2HBr + K2SO4

The Balanced equation for Silver Nitrate and Potassium Chloride is: AgNO3 + kCl --&gt; AgCl+ KNO3 (silver chloride and potassium nitrate) This equation is balanced because the number of atoms of the elements on both sides are the same.

Assuming double displacement, AgNO3 + NaOH --&gt; AgOH + NaNO3

Silver thiocynate is formed, AgNO3 + KSCN ------&gt; AgSCN + KNO3

AgNO3 + Cl- ----&gt; AgCl + NO3- The Cl in chloroform will not ionize. It is covalent.

Cu + AgNO3 --> Ag + Cu(NO3)2See formation of silver crystalshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgYhkVy5cBU

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