Science question?

what substance is formed when Barium Chloride + Sodium sulfate are added like the description of it.

both of these substances are salts therefore when they are added together only substitution reaction occurs.
Sodium in the reactivity series is more reactive than Barium so it replaces barium in BaCl... therefore the 2 products are:
Sodium Chloride
baruim sulfate

therefore a change of colour must occur, which is from colourless to milky white(maybe)
i think the products were sodium chloride and barium sulfate.. not sure.plz chek it
insoluble salts

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