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5 November, 06:40

Aqueous solutions of hydrochloric acid and barium hydroxide can neutralize each other to produce a compound that is soluble in water. Give the chemical formulas of the anion and cation found in this compound.

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  1. 5 November, 07:23
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    Ba^2 + = Barium ion [Cation]

    Cl- = Chloride ion [Anion]

    Explanation:

    Ba (OH) 2 + HCl = BaCl2 + H2O is the reaction that happens.

    You make an ionic compound which is soiuble in water Barium Chloride. The cation is Ba^2 + = Barium ion, Cl^ - = Chloride ion

    Postive ions are cations and negative ions are anions thus

    Ba^2 + = Barium ion [Cation]

    Cl- = Chloride ion [Anion]
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