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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Mike on Tuesday, March 9, 2010 at 4:09am.

A solution containing 7.00grm of lead nitrate is combined with a solution containing 7.00g of sodium sulfate.
(a) write a balance equation for the reaction. Pb(no3)2 aq + NaSo4 aq ---> PbSo4 +2 NaNo3. I think thats right.
(b)How many moles of the the product are formed? Is the product PbSo4 , 2NaNo3 or both?
Confused.

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