Environmental impact - heavy metals questions

IB Chemistry: Environmental impact - heavy metals questions

1. Lead(II) ions can be removed from polluted water by precipitating them as lead(II) carbonate.The Ksp value for lead(II) carbonate is 7.40 x 10−14 at 298 K.(a) Determine the concentration of lead(II) carbonate (in g dm−3) in a saturated solution of lead(II) carbonate at 298 K.(b) Explain why the solubility of lead(II) carbonate in water at 298 K is lower if sodium carbonate is added to a saturated solution of lead(II)...


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