AP QUIZZES - AP TOPIC 12 Net Ionic Equation Writing SET D
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QUESTION 1. Consider the balanced (using lowest possible integers), net ionic equation between potassium phosphate solution and calcium chloride solution. Which of the following appears on the reactant side of the equation?

(A) Three calcium ions
(B) Three phosphate ions
(C) Two potassium ions
(D) Two chloride ions
(E) Both A and B

QUESTION 2. Consider the balanced (using lowest possible integers), net ionic equation between hydrochloric acid solution and sodium hydroxide solution. Which of the following appears on the reactant side of the equation?

(A) One water molecule
(B) One HCl molecule
(C) One hydrogen ion
(D) One chloride ion
(E) One sodium ion

QUESTION 3. Consider the balanced (using lowest possible integers), net ionic equation between ammonia gas and propanoic acid solution. Which of the following appears on the product side of the equation?

(A) Ammonia
(B) Ammonium ions
(C) Propanoic acid
(D) Propanoate ions
(E) Both B and D

QUESTION 4. Consider the balanced (using lowest possible integers), net ionic equation between Magnesium metal and nitrogen gas. Which of the following appears on the product side of the equation?

(A) Magnesium ions
(B) Nitride ions
(C) Both A and B
(D) Magnesium Nitride
(E) None of the above

QUESTION 5. Consider the balanced (using lowest possible integers), net ionic equation between lithium metal and water. Which of the following appears on the product side of the equation?

(A) Lithium ions
(B) Hydroxide ions
(C) Hydrogen gas
(D) All of A, B and C
(E) None of the above




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