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The following equation represents the double displacement reaction.What is the precipitate formed in this reaction?

AgNO3(aq)+NaI(aq)AgI(s)+NaNO3(aq)


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Silver iodide

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Sodium nitride

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Sodium iodide

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Silver nitrate

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Solution

The correct option is A

Silver iodide


AgNO3(aq)+NaI(aq)AgI(s)+NaNO3(aq)

In the above reaction silver iodide is insoluble as the physical state of the reaction is mentioned. The double displacement reaction implies a precipitation reaction. So the solid product formed in the double displacement reaction will be a precipitate. The precipitate in this reaction is silver iodide.


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