It is possible, especially if there was a fire where these elements where present.
The "active" ingredients are lead, and sulphuric acid. The other parts are there to keep everything in place and avoid the dangerous acid from spilling (like the plastic cover), and to provide electrical contacts (some metal parts).
Pb(NO3)2 + 2 HCl --> PbCl2(s) + 2 H+ + 2 NO3-Precipitation PbCl2
Sulfuric acid is the only acid commonly used in batteries. You may have heard of "lead-acid" batteries, but those are two separate parts of the battery: the lead part and the (sulfuric) acid part.
mercury + lead chloride --> mercury chloride + lead
yes, all chlorides except those combioned with silver, lead, or mercury
There is no difference between lead acid accumulator and lead acid battery.
Yes ..mercury ie heavies then lead
Lead floats in mercury.
If you mean lead-acid then your answer would be Solute = Lead and some Lead salts. Solvent = conc. Sulfuric acid. Other than that mate, your question doesn't really make sense, in order to have a solute AND a solvent, you need two parts.
Precipitation from the solution may lead to complications such as pulmonary microcapillary occlusion and blockage of blood flow.
sulfuric acid and lead.
Nitric acid lead to nitrates.
Lead plus nitric acid equals lead nitrate and hydrogen gas. Lead react very slowly with a dilute acid such as nitric acid.
Mercury is more dense than lead
yes it can because lead is less dense than mercury
lead and acid
Precipitation. Lead halides are fairly insoluble.
Lead Nitrate is the salt of a strong acid (nitric acid) and a weak base (lead (II) or lead (IV) hydroxide). Salts like these are somewhat acidic so lead nitrate (regardless of the oxidation state of lead) is an acid.
Lead + nitric acid -------> lead nitrate + hydrogen
Lead + Hydrochloric acid=> Lead Chloride + Carbon Dioxide + Water
working of a lead acid battery
phosphoric acid react with lead
Lead would float in mercury, as it is slightly less dense. (11.3 g/cc for lead, 13.5 g/cc for mercury)