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What would be the proper balanced molecular and net ionic equations for each of these neutralization reactions?

- solid chromium (III) hydroxide reacts with nitric acid
- aqueous hypochlorous acid and aqueous calcium hydroxide react
- aqueous acetic acid is neutralized by aqueous potassium hydroxide

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Chromium Hydroxide will be a tri-basic base, clue is because of its oxidation state being III which gives the metal a plus 3 charge (needs 3 hydroxides to balance the charge). Nitric acid is HNO3, a monoprotic acid. Three monoprotic acids, will ...

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Methodology and tips for ionic equations is examined. The expert names to formulas from acid base reactions.

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