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Posted by on Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at 2:12pm.

suppose you had an unknown solution that contained either dissolved NaOH, NaCl< or NaNO3. you add 4 drops of AgNO3 solution to 4drops of the unknown solution and observed that no solid formed. What can be concluded the unknown solution? why?

  • chem - , Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at 5:43pm

    The unknown is NaNO3. If the unknown were NaOH, a ppt of AgOH would have formed. If the unknown were NaCl, a ppt of AgCl would have formed. NaNO3 is the ONLY one of the three listed that would have no reaction with AgNO3. Great stuff, this chemistry.

  • chem - , Wednesday, December 8, 2010 at 10:38pm

    AgNO3 + NaCl produces AgCl + NaNo3 how much AgCl is produced when 3.10g of AgNO3 and .600g of NaCl react?

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