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    Could you please explain what happens when hydrogen ions are added to a mixture of barium chromate (S) and chromate ions (AQ). Would there be a precipitate and, if not, why?

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    The precipitate BaCrO4(s) will dissolve.

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    when H+ is added, it reacts with ...

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