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Chemistry
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vera_ewing
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rvc
  • rvc
i think C not so sure @sweetburger please help :)
rvc
  • rvc
@Hoslos please help :)

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anonymous
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Yeah...not really sure on this one
anonymous
  • anonymous
When PbI2 solution is clear, it means there is constancy in molarity between Pb2+ ions and I- ions. Their ratio is 1:2, respectively. When further I- ions are added to the solution, the molarity of Pb2+ spontaneously decreases in order to balance the Ksp or molarity. Furthermore, the Pb2+ compound cannot form a ligand or a complex compound with the excess I- ions in order to annihilate the precipitate.
anonymous
  • anonymous
As a result, not as much PbI2 solid that had to dissolve will no longer do that. I would then vote for C.

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