# CHEMISTRy

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predict the product of the following:

a.) Ca + H + OH =>
b.) Pb(NO3)2 + Cu =>

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Without signs I don't know what you want. For example, that may be Ca metal + H^+ + OH^- or it may be Ca^2+ + H^+ + OH^- or some other meaning.

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