Problem: Equal volumes of 1.00M of NaCl and 1.00M Pb(NO 3)2 are mixed. Which statement below best describes what happens?   a. All the Pb(NO3)2 precipitates and excess NaCl remains. b. All the chloride ions in the NaCl are precipitates as PbCl 2. c. No nitrate ions remain in solution. d. No sodium ions remain in solution. e. No Pb2+ ions remain in solution.

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Equal volumes of 1.00M of NaCl and 1.00M Pb(NO 3)2 are mixed. Which statement below best describes what happens?

a. All the Pb(NO3)2 precipitates and excess NaCl remains.

b. All the chloride ions in the NaCl are precipitates as PbCl 2.

c. No nitrate ions remain in solution.

d. No sodium ions remain in solution.

e. No Pb2+ ions remain in solution.

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