What Is A Balanced Equation For Barium Chloride Plus Magnesium Sulfate To Produce Barium Sulfate Plus Sodium Chloride?

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Barium chloride plus magnesium sulfate produce barium sulfate and magnesium chloride. Sodium chloride does not produce during this reaction. It is a double displacement reaction between barium chloride and magnesium sulfate. The balanced equation of this reaction is;

BaCl2 + MgSO4 ------> MgCl2 + BaSO4

Two moles of reactants are involved in this reaction including one mole of barium chloride and one mole of magnesium sulfate. One mole of magnesium chloride and one mole of barium sulfate are produced as a product.

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