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Homework Help: chem can u check answer please

Posted by Andy on Sunday, May 23, 2010 at 10:33pm.

the solubility of silver sulfate in water is 0.223%(w/v) at 35 degrees celsius.calculate the solubility product of this salt at this temp.
I got 1.46 X 10^-6 M
is this right please
thanks Andy

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