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Posted by Rachel on Tuesday, December 6, 2011 at 10:23pm.

Aqueous silver nitrate reacts with aqeous potassium iodide in a double-replacement reaction to produce a precipitate of silver iodide. If 34.6 ml of 0.563 M silver nitrate are used with 148.4 ml of potassium iodide:

a) What molarity of potassium iodide will be needed to consume all of the silver nitrate?

b) What will be the molarity of the aqueous product?

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