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someone please help with this chemistry question.

Describe what happened when Ag+ combined with Na^2CO^3. What does this indicated?

  1. DrBob222

    The Ag^+ adds to the [CO3]^2- to form a ppt of Ag2CO3. What does this indicate? To me that the Ksp for Ag2CO3 is exceeded.

    By the way, noting the subject as chemistry will get an answer a little faster than denoting it as science. Science, of course, is correct; however, as a chemist I don't answer very many physics, biology, or geology questions.

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