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Homework Help: Chemisty 20

Posted by James on Wednesday, November 14, 2012 at 6:55pm.

A sample of water was known to contain chloride ions. To determine the concentration of chloride ions in the water sample, a student added a solution of silver nitrate to 500mL of the water. 1.26g of silver chloride percipitate formed. What was the concentration of chloride ions in the water sample?

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