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What mass of AgN03 would you dissolve in water to get 1g of silver?

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  1. 1g Ag x (molar mass AgNO3/atomic mass Ag) = ?

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  2. What didn't you like about Damon's answer? I didn't see anything wrong with it; he may have rounded the numbers more than you wanted.

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