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Silver chloride, often used in silver plating, contains 75.27% Ag. Calculate the mass of silver chloride in grams required to make 4.7 g of silver plating.

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    .7527*x=4.7g
    solve for x

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    so the mass would be 6.24g?

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    shouldn't it be less than the 4.7 g of silver plating??

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    6.24 is correct; it should be MORE than 4.7. Which weighs more, Ag or AgCl? So if you are converting Ag to AgCl, it must be more.

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    oh i see! thanks

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