Molecular Equations

Jules Bruno
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Ah, molecular equation shows the intact compounds instead of their associative ionic forms. Now, when we talk about a molecular equation, we're reacting acquis react in one with Equus reacting to to produce product one plus product to Ah good example of this is we have two moles of per caloric acid in their acquis form, plus one mole of barium hydroxide, creating or producing one mole of barium per chlorate, plus two moles of water as liquid. Now, when it comes to a molecular equation, we can define different types of molecular equations based on the products they form in a neutralization equation. We have an acquis acid reacting within a quiz space, just like in the example we provided. And what we tend to form as products are some type of ionic compound plus water. Now, when we get toe later chapters, when we talk about mawr, advanced acid and base reactions, we'll see that sometimes we don't form water, so we won't have to worry about that. For now. Just realize that when we're talking about a basic acid base, neutralization equation will produce water and ionic salt as products now in a gas evolution equation from the name. We know that a gas is involved here. We still have a quiz reacting one and two reacting, and at least one of the products produced will be a gas, so we'll have a gas plus product to not product to, of course, could be a gas, too. But that's not always a guarantee. Finally, we have a precipitation equation, and from the name precipitation, we know that a precipitate and is involved. And if you've watched my saw ability, rules, videos, you know that precipitate represents a solid. So in a precipitation equation, it's if at least one of the products formed is a solid ionic compound. So just remember, we have our molecular equation, which tends to be a quiz reacting one in a quiz, reacting to reacting to create products one and products to. Based on those identities of those products, we can have different types of molecular equations