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suppose you are given the following experimentally observed facts regarding the reactions of silver ion.
(a) Ag+ reacts w/ Cl- to give white AgCl (s)
(b) Ag+ reacts with ammonia to give a quite stable complex ion, Ag(NH3)2+
(c) a black suspension of solid silver oxide, Ag2O(s), shaken with NaCl solution, changes to white AgCl(s).
(d) AgCl(s) will dissolve when ammonia solution is added, but AgI(s) does not dissolve under these conditions.

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    What is the question?

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    Write equations for any net reacts in the cases above; then, based on these observations, arrange each of the substances AgCl, AgI, Ag2O, and Ag(NH3)2 + in such an order that their solutions with water would give a successively decreasing concentration of Ag+.

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    How much of this do you not understand? That is, how much can you do. Show what you don't understand. I'm not likely to spend a lot of time writing equation you already know how to do.

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