Problem: In each of the following instances two solutions are mixed together. Which reaction will lead to the formation of a precipitate? a) potassium carbonate solution + calcium hydroxide solution b) hydrochloric acid solution + strontium hydroxide solution c) calcium nitrate solution + lithium chloride solution d) ammonium chloride solution + copper (II) acetate solution e) None of the above reactions will lead to formation of a precipitate

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In each of the following instances two solutions are mixed together. Which reaction will lead to the formation of a precipitate?

a) potassium carbonate solution + calcium hydroxide solution

b) hydrochloric acid solution + strontium hydroxide solution

c) calcium nitrate solution + lithium chloride solution

d) ammonium chloride solution + copper (II) acetate solution

e) None of the above reactions will lead to formation of a precipitate

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