Formation of Lead (II) iodide

Formation of Lead (II) iodide

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Caption: Lead (II) iodide is formed when a clear lead (II) nitrate solution is added to a clear potassium iodide solution. As they react, an insoluble yellow solution of lead (II) iodide rapidly forms.

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