I think this is a double replacement reaction so the Ba will join with the Cl and the H will join with the CO3. The products of the reaction are therefore BaCl2 and HCO3. To do the net ionic equation, we split apart HCL to its constituent ions H+ and Cl- for the reactants. We do not do anything to BaCO3. Next, we split apart BaCl and HCO3 to Ba2++ and Cl and H+ and CO3.someone explain me net ionic equation for the equation below please: This one is little bit tricky.
BaCO3 (s) + HCl (aq) ->