The nitrate ion imparts no color to a solution.
Nickel salts have various colors: blue, green, yellow,violet.
Aqueous lead nitrate plus aqueous sodium iodide produce solid lead iodide and aqueous sodium nitrate.
Lead iodide (Pb2I) precipitates as a yellow solid, leaving a solution of potassium and nitrate ions.
NO. Platinum will not react with lead(II) nitrate because platinum is BELOW lead in the activity series.
Lead compounds tend to be blue in flame tests
Lead nitrate has no color. It's a whitish crystal; in solution it looks just like water.
Lead nitrate is colorless, as are zinc ions. So it doesn't "turn into" any color.
Lead nitrate + potassium sulfate ---> Lead sulfate + Potassium nitrate
Evaporation will cause lead nitrate to precipitate as crystals.
A lead nitrate solution in water is formed.
Pour a solution of Sodium(or Potassium) Iodide over Lead nitrate solution. The Lead iodide will be precipitated out as a yellow solid
It is a solution produced from adding metal lead and nitric acid to form lead nitrate and hydrogen
The salt solutions that lead react with are lead nitrate solution and sodium chloride. This reaction produces solid lead chloride, and leave soluble sodium nitrate in the solution.
Lead(II) nitrate, chemical formula Pb(NO3)2.It commonly occurs as a colourless crystal or white powder and is soluble in water giving a clear, colorless solution.
A precipitate of Lead iodide and Potassium nitrate are formed