Answer to Question #190928 in General Chemistry for Janrey laplana

Question #190928

C. Calculate the grams of lead (II) iodide that can be reproduced from 75.00 grams of potassium iodide


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2021-05-10T01:21:31-0400

75.00 g of KI = 75.00 / 166 = 0.452 moles


0.45 moles of KI produces 0.45 /2 = 0.226 mol PbI2


Amount of PbI2 produced = 0.226 x 461


= 104.1 grams


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