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A volume of 10.0 mL of a 0.00650 M solution of Cl- ions are reacted with 0.500 M solution of AgNO3. What is the maximum mass of AgCl that precipates?

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    10.0 mL x 0.00650 M = 0.0650 mmoles Cl^-. This will react with exactly 0.0650 mmoles Ag^+ to produce exactly 0.0650 mmoles AgCl. What is the mass of 0.0650 mmols AgCl?

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    0.05g

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