chemistry

Sodium fluoride and lead nitrate are both soluble in water. If 1.13 g of NaF and 0.232 g of Pb(NO3)2 are dissolved in sufficient water to make 1.00 L of solution, will a precipitate form? How do you know if there should be a precipitate or not? What is the chemical formula for the possible precipitate? Look in your textbook for any necessary equilibrium constants.

asked by jeff

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Response

Similar Questions

  1. soran university

    1. Which salt is LEAST soluble at 0 ºC? 2. How many grams of sodium nitrate, NaNO3, are soluble in 100 g of water at 10 ºC? 3. When 50 grams of potassium chloride, KCl, is dissolved in 100 grams of water at 50 ºC, the solution
  2. Chemistry

    you are a public health officer in the water treatment facility for a city of 50,000 people . A concentration of 1.0 ppm of fluoride in the drinking water is sufficient for the purpose of helping to prevent tooth decay. The
  3. Chemistry

    I have an assigment question that I need help with. The Q states that sodium hydroxide absorbs water from the atmosphere. Then the saturated NaOH absorbs carbon dioxide from the air to form a thin coating of sodium carbonate. A
  4. chemistry

    A 25.0 mL sample of drinking water suspected to contain lead(II) ions is treated with excess 0.800 M sodium chloride. A precipitate forms, which is filtered, dried, and weighed. 1.36 g of precipitate are collected. What was the
  5. Chemistry

    What is the precipitate of calcium nitrate, Ca(NO3)2, and sodium chloride, NaCl?? Sodium nitrate and calcium chloride are both soluble in water.
  6. Chemistry

    I'm sorry here is another I do not understand. How do you find out exactly how much of a solution you would need to completely precipitate another compound in the reaction? We can precipitate out solid lead(II) iodide from an
  7. Chemistry

    7 grams of chloride was dissolved in water. 20 ml of lead(II)nitrate was used to completely precipitate all chloride (assume atomic mass of 35g/mol). What is the molarity of the Lead(II) Nitrate solution.
  8. Chemistry

    7 grams of chloride was dissolved in water. 20 ml of lead(II)nitrate was used to completely precipitate all chloride (assume atomic mass of 35g/mol). What is the molarity of the Lead(II) Nitrate solution.
  9. Chemistry

    The solubility of insoluble substances changes depending on the nature of the solution. Below are two solutions in which Cu(OH)2 is dissolved; in each case, the solubility of Cu(OH)2 in those solutions is not the same as it is in
  10. Chemistry

    1. Sugar can be dissolved in water because of the presence of bonds between _______ in its molecule. 2. If the maximum amount of a compound that can dissolve in 100 mL of water is 22 g, then a solution of 20 g of that substance in

More Similar Questions