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When red lead oxide is heated strongly, it forms lead monoxide and oxygen gas. The colour of lead monoxide is (a) yellow (b) white (c) red (d) blue answer my question I will mark you as brilliant right answer brilliant wrong answer reported

When red lead oxide is heated strongly, itforms lead monoxide and oxygen gas. The
colour of lead monoxide is
(a) yellow
(b) white
(c) red
(d) blue
answer my question I will mark you as brilliant
right answer brilliant wrong answer reported

Grade:12

5 Answers

abhay gupta
askIITians Faculty 198 Points
10 months ago
Answer:

blue

Explanation:

blue because if it will be heated the ink on the lead makes the lead blue.


Thank you !
Vikas TU
14149 Points
10 months ago
Dear student 
Decomposition reaction is reaaction in which compound break down into two or more simpler substances.
 
2Pb(NO3) 2 ⟶2PbO+4NO2+O 2
 
 
This reaction is an example of decomposition reaction. Pb(NO3)2 decomposes in PbO,NO2 and O2 
 
adilakshmigogada 27
101 Points
9 months ago
 
Dear student 
Decomposition reaction is reaaction in which compound break down into two or more simpler substances.
 
2Pb(NO3) 2 ⟶2PbO+4NO2+O 2
 
 
This reaction is an example of decomposition reaction. Pb(NO3)2 decomposes in PbO,NO2 and O2 .
ajay
100 Points
4 months ago
blue because if it will be heated the ink on the lead makes the lead blue.
Decomposition reaction is reaaction in which compound break down into two or more simpler substances.
 
2Pb(NO3) 2 ⟶2PbO+4NO2+O 2
 
 
This reaction is an example of decomposition reaction. Pb(NO3)2 decomposes in PbO,NO2 and O2 
irshad hussain
100 Points
27 days ago

When red lead oxide is heated above 480 °C, lead monoxide and oxygen are formed as products.

 

The complete balanced reaction is as follows:

2Pb3O4 → 6PbO + O2

 

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