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Posted by Andrew78 on Sunday, November 25, 2012 at 11:40am.

what color change happen when you add a solution containing Ag+ ion to the mixture AgSCN? How is this consistent with LeChatelier's principle? pls correct my answer.
my answer is a more white solid or pecipitate form due to insoluble AgSCN. It is consistent with LeChatelier's principle in the sense that when a solution containing Ag+ ion is added to the mixture AgSCN the equation will shift to left to relieve the stress.

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