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When lead bromide is it contains free of lead and bromine. Lead is a so it forms ions. Bromine is a so it forms ions. The ions are attracted to the negative where they gain to form metal. The ions are attracted to the positive where they lose to form gas.
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When lead bromide is molten it contains free ions of lead and bromine. Lead is a metal so it forms positive ions. Bromine is a non-metal so it forms negative ions. The lead ions are attracted to the negative electrode where they gain electrons to form lead metal. The bromide ions are attracted to the positive electrode where they lose electrons to form bromine gas.