leonardo0430
  • leonardo0430
can someone please check my answer
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leonardo0430
  • leonardo0430
A sample of lead nitrate weighing 28 grams is added to a sample of potassium iodide weighing 12 grams. The two substances mix and produce lead iodide and potassium nitrate. If the lead iodide is found to weigh 14 grams how much should the potassium nitrate weigh? Answer -30 grams
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  • leonardo0430
@e.mccormick

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anonymous
  • anonymous
You got 30 grams?
leonardo0430
  • leonardo0430
yes and i just want to make sure thats the right answer @Shalante
leonardo0430
  • leonardo0430
so it would be 30?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Grams of reactants=grams of products That means the grams of the 2 compounds before a chemical reaction is equals to the 2 new compounds after.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Can you show your work?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I know how you got 30. Not the right answer though. Reread the reactant and products.

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