Precipitation reactions for sparingly soluble compounds?

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When 2 ionic solutions are mixed and the reaction gives a sparingly soluble product, it is possible to write an ionic equation for the mixing of the solutions.
 
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is it correct to write and ionic equation for the product?

Huh?
 
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When 2 ionic solutions are mixed and the reaction gives a sparingly soluble product, it is possible to write an ionic equation for the mixing of the solutions.

Yes.

Language usage is not perfect, but if you are trying to ask the question, then Yes.

Look in textbook for Solubility Product Constant.
 

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