Problem: Which of the following reagents could be used to separate the two cations from a solution containing Lead (IV) acetate and cesium permanganate? a)    Sr(NO3)2 b)    TiC2H3O2 c)    K2S d)    NaClO4 e)    KNO3

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Which of the following reagents could be used to separate the two cations from a solution containing Lead (IV) acetate and cesium permanganate?
a)    Sr(NO3)2
b)    TiC2H3O2
c)    K2S
d)    NaClO4
e)    KNO3

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