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How would you separate a binary mixture of AgCl and PbCl2?

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Old 07-02-2009, 10:26 AM
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Default How would you separate a binary mixture of AgCl and PbCl2?



AgCl = Silver Chloride, Lead Chloride, PbCl2
Both compounds are insoluble in cold water, PbCl2 is soluble in hot water.

I am thinking:
1. Add water to the mixture.
2. Heat mixture.
3. Use filtration to recover PbCl2.
4. Heat both AgCl and PbCl2 to remove water (extraction).

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