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how you could separate the components of a mixture of PbCL and NaSO and recover the two substances

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    recovering a significantly larger amount of SiO than was present in the original sample

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    Is all of that part of the same question or parts of incomplete questions?
    There is neither a PbCl nor a NaSO. However, PbCl2 is not soluble in water while Na2SO4 is.

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