How do you know that PbCO3 is a solid?
I'm supposed to write out the total net ionic equation of Pb(NO3)2(aq) and Na2CO3.
And i know that when double replacement happens PbCO3 is a solid but the other is aqueous, because my teacher said so?
Why is it a sold, how do you know it is a solid and how do you figure it out when doing a net ionic equation?
Anybody know? Help Appreciated, thanks.