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Sodium Phosphate and Ammonium Molybdate reaction

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1. Homework Statement
I need to find the products of the reaction between sodium phosphate and ammonium molybdate. I know one of the products is a yellow precipitate


2. Homework Equations

Na3PO4(aq) + (NH4)2MoO4(aq) =??

3. The Attempt at a Solution

I think it is just sodium molybdate and ammonium phosphate, but I need to know which is the precipitate in the reaction
 

Borek

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Both your questions are answered in any analytical chemistry book and on many sites on the web. Please check them first, and we will gladly help if you will still have any questions.
 

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