Answer to Question #5000 in Inorganic Chemistry for ryan alexander
Lead forms water
soluble compounds with nitrates and acetates.
2. All chlorides, bromides and
iodides are soluble EXCEPT those of
silver, lead and mercury(I).
hydroxides are insoluble EXCEPT those of ammonium, barium and
(Group I) cations. Lead is a Group 14 heavy metal.
is slightly soluble at times but unstable
and for the most part considered
unsoluble in water.
4. All sulfides are insoluble EXCEPT those of ammonium,
(Group I) cations and Alkali earth metal (Group II)
Lead is a Group 14 heavy metal.
Hence, the most soluble lead
compound is lead(II) acetate Pb(CH3COO)2.
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