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AgNO3 + NaBrO3 -> AgO3 + NaNO3 + Br
Hg2S + NH4NO3 -> Hg2N2H2 + SO3
Pb(OH)2 + CuNO3 -> PbNO3 + Cu(OH)2
Li + SnOH -> LiOH + Sn.

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The correct answer should be:
AgNO3 + NaBrO3 -> AgBr + NaNO3 + 3/2 O2 : modified
This is because, the Ag always forms a precipitate with Br, NaNO3 is soluble in ...

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