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How many moles of silver nitrate are needed to produce 6.75 moles of copper nitrate (CU(NO3)2) upon reaction with excess copper by useing this equation:
2AgNO3(Aq) + Cu (s)-->2Ag(s)+Cu(NO3)2 (AQ)

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    How many moles of silver nitrate are needed to produce 6.75 moles of copper nitrate (CU(NO3)2) upon reaction with excess copper by useing this equation:
    2AgNO3(Aq) + Cu (s)-->2Ag(s)+Cu(NO3)2 (AQ)

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