The concentration of Pb2+ in a sample of wastewater is to be determined by using
gravimetric analysis. To a 100.0-mL sample of the wastewater is added an excess of
sodium carbonate, forming the insoluble lead (II) carbonate (267.2092 g/mol) according to
the balanced equation given below. The solid lead (II) carbonate is dried, and its mass is
measured to be 0.4078 g. What was the concentration of Pb2+ in the original wastewater

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