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Posted by Joe on Friday, December 18, 2009 at 2:38pm.

The addition of a dilute hydrobromic acid would clearly distinguish solutions of
a. barium nitrate and sodium sulfate
b. lead nitrate and silver nitrate
c. mercury(I) nitrate and silver nitrate
d. silver nitrate and calcium sulfate
e. calcium nitrate and barium nitrate

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