Answer to Question #161308 in Inorganic Chemistry for Batoni Allen

Question #161308

why is Lead Chloride less insoluble in the water yet it undergoes hydrolysis really fast


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2021-02-09T03:36:59-0500

This because of the strong ionic bond formed in lead chloride that makes its molecules complex hence not able to be dissolved in water


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