Your Instructor Used the Following Symbols for Phases on This Sheet: (S)(L)(G)(Ppt)(Aq)

Your Instructor Used the Following Symbols for Phases on This Sheet: (S)(L)(G)(Ppt)(Aq)

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Chapter 8Worksheet #2

Your instructor used the following symbols for phases on this sheet: (s)(l)(g)(ppt)(aq)

Anywhere where you don’t see phases, your instructor determined that phases in that equation would be difficult for students to do, so he didn’t list them for that example. Please note that your instructor replaced the balancing numbers with types of reaction; see key #1 for those numbers.

Please note that your instructor named all the chemicals that it would be appropriate for you to know how to name. Acids (chemicals that start with the letter “H” in the formula), get named just like ionic compounds at this point of the course – name the front, then name the back.


Ironoxygeniron (III) oxide

Mg(s)+H3PO4(aq)Mg3(PO4)2(ppt)+H2(g)single replacement

Magnesiumhydrogen phosphatemagnesium phosphatehydrogen

Sr(NO3)2(aq) + H2SO4(aq)SrSO4(ppt)+HNO3(aq)double replacement

Strontium nitrate hydrogen sulfatestrontium sulfatehydrogen nitrate


Sulfur dioxide oxygensulfur trioxide

Al(OH)3 +Na2CO3Al2(CO3)3+NaOHdouble replacement

Aluminum hydroxide sodium carbonate aluminum carbonate sodium hydroxide

H2SO4(aq)+NaCl(aq)HCl(aq)+Na2SO4(aq)double replacement

Hydrogen sulfate sodium chloride hydrogen chloride sodium sulfate


Aluminum chlorinealuminum chloride

Pb(NO3)2(aq) + Kl(aq)Pbl2(ppt)+KNO3(aq)double replacement

Lead (II) nitrate potassium iodidelead (II) iodidepotassium nitrate

BaCl2(aq)+ H2CO3(aq)BaCO3(ppt)+HCl(aq)double replacement

Barium chloride hydrogen carbonate barium carbonate hydrogen chloride

Ba(OH)2 +Na2CrO4NaOH+BaCrO4double replacement

Barium hydroxide sodium chromate sodium hydroxide barium chromate

Fe2S3+HClFeCl3+H2Sdouble replacement

Iron (III) sulfide hydrogen chloride iron (III) chloride hydrogen sulfide

MgO+KBrMgBr2+K2Odouble replacement

Magnesium oxide potassium bromide magnesium bromide potassium oxide


Oxygencarbon dioxidewater

MgCrO4+HClMgCl2+H2CrO4double replacement

Magnesium chromate hydrogen chloride magnesium chloride hydrogen chromate

CaCO3 +HClCaCl2+CO2+H2Odouble replacement

Calcium carbonate hydrogen chloride calcium chloride carbon dioxide water

BF3+H2OB2O3+HFdouble replacement

Waterhydrogen fluoride

Cu(NO3)2(s) CuO+NO2+O2decomposition

Copper (II) nitratecopper (II) oxidenitrogen dioxide oxygen

(NH4)2Cr2O7(s)N2(g)+Cr2O3(s) +H2O(g)decomposition

Ammonium dichromatenitrogen chromium (II) oxide water

FeCl3+NH3+H2OFe(OH)3+NH4Clask if you’re curious

Iron (III) chloride ammonia wateriron (III) hydroxideammonium chloride

HSbCl4+H2SSb2S3+HCldouble replacement

That’s enough naming for now. Why not go to a worksheet and work on writing formulas…..

Calcium+WaterCalcium hydroxide + hydrogen

Ca+ 2 H2Oyields Ca(OH)2+H2

Sodium carbonate+Hydrogen chlorideHydrogen carbonate+Sodium chloride

Na2CO3+2HClyieldsH2CO3+2 NaCl

Calcium nitrate+Aluminum phosphateCalcium phosphate+Aluminum nitrate

3 Ca(NO3)2+2 AlPO4yieldsCa3(PO4)2+2 Al(NO3)3

Barium hydroxide+SodiumSodium hydroxide+Barium

Ba(OH)2+2Nayields2 NaOH+Ba

Magnesium sulfide+Hydrogen fluorideMagnesium fluoride+Hydrogen sulfide

MgS+2 HFyieldsMgF2+H2S

Here are three things that you can do to do better on your chapter 8 test.

  1. On the front of this page, write names underneath the chemicals.
  2. On the front of this page, write phases behind each chemical.
  3. On the front of this page, identify the types of reactions.