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A saturated solution of sodium nitrate at 70oC is cooled to 40oC.  How many grams of precipitate are formed?

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    Do you have solubility tables? And don't you need to know how much solution you have?

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    This is all the info I have DrBob222
    I don' have a solubility table. It doesn't say how much solution either,huh, is this something that can be answered?

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    I don't think so. Doesn't it make sense to you that if we had a liter and cooled it that we would get x grams NaNO3. If we had 2L we would get 2x grams NaNO3 and if we had 10 L we would get 10x grams NaNO3. Right?

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    yes

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