Write a balanced chemical equation for the reaction and calculate the mass of BaSO4 precipitated?
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Exactly 750.0 mL of a solution that contained 480.4 ppm Ba(NO3)2 was mixed with 200.0mL of a 0.03090 M solution of Al2(SO4)3. BaSO4 precipitates and settles out of solution.
(a) Write a balanced Chemical equation, with phase symbols for the overall reaction taking place here.
(b) Assume the reaction goes all the way to the right. What mass (in grams) of BaSO4 is theoretically possible?
(c) Find the concentrations of each of the ions left in solution after precipitation has finished: [Ba2+], [SO4 2-], [Al3+], [NO3-]. Assume all volumes are additive.
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