AP Reaction Prediction Worksheet #33 Name: Directions: predict product and write net ionic equation for the following reactions. If it doesn’t specifically say, assume all acids and bases are aqueous solutions 1. Bromine is added to propane Describe bromine in its standard state 2. hot magnesium is added to a flask of fluorine gas. Predict ∆S for this reaction. explain 3. Lithium carbonate is strongly heated Draw the lewis structure for carbonate 4. zinc is placed in a solution of lead(II) nitrate which speices is oxidized? 5. ethene is burned in oxygen how many pi bonds in ethane? 6. a solution of barium chloride is added drop by drop to a solution of sodium carbonate what steps would you take to determine the amount of precipitate if this were done in lab (not the stoichiometry) 7. solid potassium oxide is added to water what color would phenolphthalein turn. why 8. strontium chlorate decomposes write the formula for hypochlorite 9. solid copper(II) oxide is reduced completely with solid carbon what is a test for gas produced 10. solid sodium hydroxide is added to a solution of nitric acid what is the pH of the solution at the end point explain 11. excess ammonia is added to a solution of copper (II) acetate, forming a complex ion what would be the color of ion formed 12. chlorine gas, an oxidizing agent, is bubbled through a solution of lithium iodide at 30oC what would be two evidences of a chemical reaction 13. excess nitrous acid is added to solid magnesium carbonate if you put carbonic acid as a product I will smack you 14. aqueous potassium sulfite is combined with aqueous hydroiodic acid read above only insert sulfurous acid 15. solutions of sodium sulfate and calcium chlorate are combined what is the limiting reactant if two moles of each are combined?