chemistry

Predict the precipitate that forms:
HCl + AgNO3 --> ???

i don't know what the answer is but i think it is Cing04

AgCl. You need to learn the solubility rules. If you don't have a web site I can give you one.

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thanks DrB.. I got AgCl also

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