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If a reaction occurs between the 2 species write the molecular equation and the net ionic equation, otherwise indicate no reaction.

1) Barium chloride and sodium sulfate
2) Silver nitrate and potassium phosphate
3) Ammonium bromide and sodium carbonate

Please show all work including if it is aqueous or a solid plus the charges, etc, etc.

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