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Unformatted text preview: compound, resulting in an aqueous solution of NaNO3. b. Trials with the same net ionic equation include: (Notebook pages: 29,31,32) b.i. Pb(NO3)2 + NaCl, and Pb(NO3)2 + HCl both had the same net ionic eqn. b.ii. The net ionic eqn was: Pb 2+ + 2Cl- PbCl2 b.iii. AgNO3 + HCl and AgNO3 + NaCl both had the same net ionic equation b.iv. The net ionic eqn was: Ag + + Cl- AgCl c. I would take the sinks and collect 100mL of water from both sink. Then I would add 100mL of KI to the water. If there is Pb 2+ present there will be a reaction where the liquid turns very yellow. The KI I would use would be about 1 molar. The more Pb 2+ ions there are the more PbI2 will form. So, the more precipitate you get, and the yellower the solution will tell you which sink has Pb 2+ in it....
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