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Homework Help: chem

Posted by kohel on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 at 2:20pm.

In order for a precipitation reaction to occur the product must be insoluble. However in an experiment we formed precipitates of two compounds, KNO3 and NaCl which are soluble? How did this occur? What was the forcing condition in each case?

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