If 12.50 grams of Pb(NO3)2 are reacted with 3.18 grams Nacl in a "typical double displacement" reaction, please calculate the following:
a) What is the limiting reagent?
b) what is the reagent in excess?
c) Calculate the mass of the excess.
d) Calculate the theoretical yield of the PbCl2.

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