# What Is The Net Ionic Equation For AgNO3 + NaBr?

Here's the silver nitrate + sodium bromide net ionic equation:

AgNO3 + NaBr ==> NaNO3 + AgBr  (this is the balanced molecular equation)
Ag{+} + NO3{-} + Na{+} + Br{-} ==> Na{+} + NO3{-} + AgBr (the full ionic equation)....

And then for the net ionic equation, cancel out ions which are the same on the both sides:
Br{-} + Ag{+} ==> AgBr

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Anonymous commented
Thank you Amore001 - Big help :) Can you help me with the ammonium phosphate, (NH4)3PO4, and aluminum sulfate, Al2(SO4)3 and what the chemical equation, ionic equation and net ionic equation is? Thanks thanks thanks.
Anonymous commented
Al2(SO4)3 + 2(NH4)3PO4 ==> 2AlPO4 +3(NH4)2SO4 is the balanced molecular equation so you can figure the full and net ionic equation in the same way as above example...

A chemical (molecular) equation is the shorthand we use to describe a chemical reaction. We place the substances reacting (the reactants) on the left side of an equation with an arrow pointing to the substances being formed on the right side of the equation (the products). To write a chemical equation correctly, the number of atoms on the left side of a chemical equation has to be balanced with the atoms on the right side of the equation (called a balanced equation).

A (total or full) ionic equation shows the reaction/movement/placement of all ions, including spectator ions.

The net ionic equation is the substance represented in its most reduced form. It shows only the soluble, strong electrolytes that are reacting (these are represented as ions) and the spectator ions are omitted. 