Writing a balanced equations that are dissolved in water.

Writing a balanced equations that are dissolved in water. Including the phases for the products and reactants. Like using phosphoric acid.if the reactants are ionizable when dissolved in water, then the equation must be written in the form of ions as for exmple:

(Na+) + (OH-) + (H+) + (Cl-) = H2O + (Na+) + (Cl-)

if the reactants are unionizable when dissolved in water then the reaction equation can be written as it is.

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