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Homework Help: Chemistry 101

Posted by Gweedo8 on Monday, June 8, 2009 at 12:45pm.

This is a different question then asked before,I had lab where I mixed 1.365 NaCL + AgNO3-->2.6242 AgCl.

The 2 questions that I need help finding the answers to are: How much salt should be used to cause all of the silver nitrate to react? How much silver chloride should be produced?

I determined in this problem that the limiting reactant is just barely NaCl with .02335 mol instead of AgNO3 with 0.0235 mol. THen I figured that AgCl has a theoretical yield of 3.3465 because 0.02335*143.321=3.3465. but what are the steps after that????

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