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Two beakers were used in an experiment each with 100g of water at 30 degrees C. To the first beaker, 90g of NaNO3 was added. To the second beaker, 90g of KNO3 was added. (a)Which beaker had the salt precipitate out (settle to the bottom) and how much? (b) Which beaker could hold more salt and how much could still be added?

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    Surely you have a table giving you the solubilities of these two salts at 30 C. Or perhaps you are supposed to look them up. At any rate, you must have the data to determine the answers.

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    i don;t kmow g

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