Q: 91 (NDA-II/2010)

When aqueous solutions of two salts are mixed, the third salt formed may appear as a solid precipitate or a clear solution depending upon the solubility of its ions. It is observed that all salts of Na, K, NH4 are soluble. All nitrates and bicarbonates are also soluble. All halides (chlorides, bromides, iodides) are soluble except those of Ag, Hg (I) and Pb. All sulphates are soluble except those of Ag, Ca, Ba and Pb.
Which one among the following combinations of solutions will produce a solid precipitate?