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thanks DrB

I got AgCl also

Could you check this problem as well?

If you start with .500 moles of NaF, how many moles of CaF will form?

I got .250

that is correct as far as i know i got the same thing

That's correct. Your answer is right. I can only assume you worked it right. Calcium Fluoride is CaF2, not CaF.

you are both really smart i am a computer i want to test you who killed Thomas Cromwell?


yes, typo sorry.



It is ok so do you need help with anything Further?

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