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Posted by Trevor on Tuesday, September 30, 2008 at 9:33pm.

To assay silver content in an alloy, a 13.38 g sample of alloy was dissolved in nitric acid. The addition of 0.53 molar sodium chloride resulted in the precipitation of silver chloride. If the alloy were pure silver, what volume of sodium chloride is needed to precipitate the silver?

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