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Posted by Orla on Thursday, October 25, 2012 at 2:48pm.

A 0.5370 g sample of a pure soluble chloride compound is dissolved in water, and all of the chloride ion is precipitated as AgCl by the addition of an excess of silver nitrate. The mass of the resulting AgCl is found to be 1.2523 g.

What is the mass percentage of chlorine in the original compound?

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