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really don't quite understand how to set up
a caluculation to figure out whether a precipitate will form and i'm struggling with the second half too!

When 25.75 mL of 0.00826 M lead II nitrate is mixed with 75.10 mL of 0.0183 M sodium chloride solution, will a precipitate of PbCl2 form? Show all calculations to prove your answer. The ksp for lead II chloride is 1.7 x 10^-5.

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    sorry didn't mean to respost this

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    Answered below. I was working on the response when you posted a repeat. Give us a little time to respond. It takes time to type this material on a board that was never meant for chemistry, exponents, subscripts, etc.

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