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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Ted on Tuesday, June 23, 2009 at 1:27pm.

I am very confused on this problem. Any help would be great:

50 g of silver nitrate is mixed with 50 g of hydrochloric acid in a water-based solution. A white precipitate forms (silver chloride.) The solution is filtered and the white precipitate collected and dried. The dried precipitate is measured to have a mass of 33.6 g. What is the theoretical and percent yield?

Thanks so much for helping me with this. :)

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