When a aqueous solutions of lead(II) ion are treated with potassium chromate solution, a bright...


When a aqueous solutions of {eq}lead(II) {/eq} ion are treated with potassium chromate solution, a bright yellow precipitate of {eq}lead(II) \ chromate, \ PbCrO_4, {/eq} forms. How many grams of lead chromate form when a {eq}1.00 \ g {/eq} sample of {eq}Pb(NO_3)_2 {/eq} is added to {eq}25.0 \ mL {/eq} of {eq}1.00 \ M \ K_2CrO_4 {/eq} solution?


"Stoichiometry" can be used to obtain quantitative information about the species (like reacting and product) in most reactions. The reaction that will be used for this should always be balanced.

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Given Data:

  • The mass of lead nitrate is 1.00 g.
  • The volume of potassium chromate is 25.0 mL.
  • The molarity of potassium chromate solution is 1.00 M.


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