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Chemical Equation

by kokenwa
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kokenwa
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Apr3-08, 09:41 AM
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the Ksp of lead (II) bromide is 6.3E-6. A large amount of PbBr2 sits at the bottom of a beaker with water above it. Equilibrium is reached. Write the chemical equation fo rthe dissociation of lead II bromide as it dissolves for which the Ksp applies.


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eli64
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Apr3-08, 06:22 PM
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What are the ions in PbBr2?
kokenwa
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Apr3-08, 09:36 PM
P: 10
there are none. it just shows PbBr2

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Apr3-08, 10:23 PM
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Chemical Equation

kokenwa, rethink eli64's question. PbBr2 is an ionic compound, so you should be able to answer his question. Also, PbBr2 is slightly soluble, therefore you should think through to your original question.


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