Question #695e1

2 Answers
Oct 11, 2017

Answer:

Unfortunately, not an explosion. :(

Explanation:

Assuming these are all aqueous solutions, lead and silver chloride would precipitate and sodium chloride would stay dissolved, implying there is a sufficient volume of water to hydrate it.

Oct 12, 2017

Answer:

No chemical reaction.

Explanation:

All three compounds have the same negative ion. If any exchange of ions takes place the net result is the same.

Silver chloride and Lead chloride have very little solubility so do not readily form solutions, so the question is flawed from the beginning