a precipitate is expected when an aqueous solution of potassium iodide is added to an aqueous solution of:

sodium sulfate
iron(II) chloride
calcium perchlorate
barium hydroxide
lead nitrate

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asked by Lauren
  1. Look at that list of solubility rules I gave you yesterday. Here it is again in case you misplaced it.

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  2. to lead nitrate because it is solube

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    posted by Lauren
  3. right answer. wrong reason. Lead iodide is insoluble and that is the precipitate.

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