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How do you solve Potassium carbonate + Lead(ii) chloride and balance it?

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  1. In water solution? then leadII Carbonate will precipate out, and the reaction will go to completion.

    K2CO3 (aq)+PbCl2(aq)>>PbCO3(s)+ 2KCl(aq)
    the net ionic equation is..
    CO3-- + Pb++ >> PbCO3 (s)

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