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Write the following in the form of a word equation:
Sodium hydroxide reacts with Calcium Bromide to form Calcium Hydroxide and Sodium Bromide.In the formula CaBr2​ what does Ca stand for and what is its valency?


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Sodium Hydroxide + Calcium Bromide = Calcium Hydroxide + Sodium Bromide; Calcium; 1

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Sodium Hydroxide + Calcium Bromide Calcium Hydroxide + Sodium Bromide; Calcium; 2

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Sodium hydroxide + Calcium Bromide Calcium Hydroxide + Sodium Bromide; Calcium; 2

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Sodium Hydroxide + Calcium Bromide Calcium Hydroxide + Sodium Bromide; Potassium; 2

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Solution

The correct option is B

Sodium Hydroxide + Calcium Bromide Calcium Hydroxide + Sodium Bromide; Calcium; 2


The word equation will be written as:
Sodium Hydroxide + Calcium Bromide Calcium Hydroxide + Sodium Bromide.
Ca stands for Calcium. From the formula CaBr2 it is evident that the valency of Calcium is 2 and the valency of Bromine is 1.


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