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What is the minimum silver ion concentration required to initiate the precipitate of silver bromate from 0.01 M potassium bromate

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  1. KBrO3 is a salt soluble in water that ionizes 100%; ie.,
    ..........KBrO3==> K^+ + BrO3
    I.........0.01.....0......0
    C........-0.01....0.01....0.01
    E..........0......0.01....0.01

    .........AgBrO3 --> Ag^+ + BrO3^-
    I........solid......0......0.01
    C........solid......x.......x
    E........solid......x.....0.01+x

    Then Ksp AgBrO3 = (Ag^+)(BrO3^-)
    Look up Ksp and substitute the E line into Ksp expression and solve for x = (Ag^+).

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