What is a balanced dissociation equation?

this is for chemistry...and you have to find it for ammonium chloride, ammonium nitrate, and sodium nitrate.

can you please explain it as well, so i realize how to do it.

thank you so much in advance.

Answer:
Dissociation occurs when a substance that is ionic is added to water and it breaks up into positive and negative ions.

NH4Cl ==> NH4(+) + Cl-

NH4NO3 ==> NH4(+) + NO3(-)

NaNO3 ==> Na+ + NO3(-)
Dissociation occurs when a substance that is ionic is added to water and it breaks up into positive and negative ions.

NH4Cl ==> NH4(+) + Cl-

NH4NO3 ==> NH4(+) + NO3(-)

NaNO3 ==> Na+ + NO3(-)

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