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Solution: Select the spectator ions for the following reaction, Pb(NO3)2 + 2 KCI → PbCI2 + 2KNO3 a. K+(aq), NO3- (aq) b. Pb2+(aq), CI- (aq) c. K+(aq), CI- (aq) d. Pb2+(aq), CI- (aq), K+ (aq), NO3- (aq) e. Pb2+(

Problem

Select the spectator ions for the following reaction, Pb(NO3)2 + 2 KCI → PbCI2 + 2KNO3 

a. K+(aq), NO3- (aq) 

b. Pb2+(aq), CI- (aq) 

c. K+(aq), CI- (aq) 

d. Pb2+(aq), CI- (aq), K+ (aq), NO3- (aq) 

e. Pb2+(aq).CI- (aq)


Solution

The net ionic and total ionic equation for this reaction are:

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