solving the puzzle of the mystery solutions reflection

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Reanna Echeverria Chem 111L 10/19/11 Solving the Puzzle of the Mystery Solutions Reflection This method was not a good was to test a solution for Na^+ or NO3 ions because they never come out of a solution. Trial number 1 and trial number 11 had the same net ionic equation, it is: Ag^+(aq) + Cl^-(aq) AgCl(s). If you are testing for the presence of Pb^2+ in drinking water coming from two different
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Unformatted text preview: sinks in your home, my expirement would be: Pb^2+ reacts with iodide ions (I^-) to form a precipitate, a bright yellow liquid. I would tell if any Pb^2+ is present by the color, and which sink has more by which color is stronger....
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