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Find the molarity of 0.02g of silver nitrate dissolved in 1kg of water

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    find the moles of silver nitrate: .02/formulamassAgNO3

    then

    What is the volume of the solution? Well, the mass of silver nitrate is very small, so assume it is all water, 1kg=1liter

    Molarity=moles/1Liter

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