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Info: MgI2(ag) might be an improperly capitalized: MgI2(Ag)
Info: Pb(No3)2(ag) might be an improperly capitalized: PB(NO3)2(Ag), PB(No3)2(Ag), Pb(NO3)2(Ag), Pb(No3)2(Ag)
Info: PbI2(s) might be an improperly capitalized: PBI2(S), PBi2(S), PbI2(S)
Balanced equation:
MgI2(ag) + Pb(No3)2(ag) = PbI2(s) + Mg(No3)2

Reaction type: double replacement
 Reaction stoichiometry Limiting reagent
CompoundCoefficientMolar MassMolesWeight
MgI2(ag)1278.11394
Pb(No3)2(ag)11761.80618
PbI2(s)1461.00894
Mg(No3)211578.91118
Units: molar mass - g/mol, weight - g.
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