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2. Calcium nitrate?dehydrate?is dissolved in water.? What ions are present in solutions?
Calcium nitrate?dehydrate?formula: Ca(NO3)2?2H2O?Nitrate salts are always soluble; therefore, Ca(NO3)2 makes ions when it is dissolved in water. ?Water remains as water. The ionic equation?of?this problem would be: ?Ca(NO3)2?H2O+H2O --> Ca2+ + 2NO3- + 3H2O (Net ionic equation: Ca(NO3)2?--> Ca2+ + 2NO3-) Answer is (b) Ca2+ and 2 NO3-
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What would the states of matter be on this?
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