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What's is the concentration of silver ions in a saturated solution of silver carbonate? The k^sp of Ag2CO3 is 8.1x10^ -12.

Is the answer 5.88x10^-8? I have a test tomorrow and I really need to make sure I'm doing these problems right, but I feel like I am not.

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    If that is 5.88E-8 M, no. If you had shown your work I could tell you where you went wrong. The answer is closer to 1.2 or so x 10^-4.

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