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Can anyone tell me why the answer that I got here is not correct?

Pb(s) + AgNO3(aq)


yields Ag(s) + PbNO3(s)

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    Pb will go to lead(II), valence +2

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    Is it still a single displacement reaction? can you walk me through predicting the reaction and then balancing it. I'm lost.

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    I don't think you picked up on the problem from the answer by Bob P. You have the wrong formula for lead(II) nitrate. It is written Pb(NO3)2

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