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if a student starts with 3.000 g of lead(II) carbonate for the first reaction and all other reagents are added in excess, what is the theoretical yield of lead(II) chloride solid?

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    lead is what is important here, so figure out how many moles of PbCO3 you have.

    You will have that many moles of PbCl2

    convert moles back to grams

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