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A solution is initially 2.5 10-3 M in Cu+ and 2.5 10-3 in Pb 2+. Iodine ion is gradually added to the solution.

A solution is initially 2.5  10-3 M in Cu+ and 2.5  10-3 in Pb 2+. Iodine ion is gradually added to the solution. Determine the concentrations of Cu+, Pb +2, and I- at the point of maximum separation. The solubility products of CuI and PbI2 are 5.3  10-12 and 7.9  10-9, respectively.

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