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Sodium Chloride and Lead II nitrate did not form precipitate

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Sodium Chloride and Lead II nitrate did not form precipitate

Post  Dpustam on Wed Sep 28, 2011 8:56 pm

When you combine Sodium Chloride and Lead II Nitrate you get a precipitate Lead Chloride.
But for some reason this did not happen in lab. The solution was clear and no precipitation was formed why?

The same thing also happened with Silver Nitrate and Copper II Sulfate. When mixed the solution was light blue but a precipitate was never formed. Why?

It happened to everyone in class. My Lab Instructor mentioned something about heating the solutions. Would heating these solution help?


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