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Posted by Kayy on Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 9:33pm.

In a spontaneous oxidation-reduction reaction between aluminum and silver ion, the aluminum(III) ion and solid silver are formed. If 0.001g of aluminum is consumed in this reaction, how much silver is produced?

a)1.20g
b)1.00g
c)3.00g
d)530g

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