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calculate the amount of solid NH4Cl to add to 50 mL of 1 M ammonia to form a mixture that has a pH of 9 assume no volume change in the solution

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    I told you what to use at your original post. What's the problem?

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    i did it before you answered it i just wanteed to rewrite it out correctly

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