Copper(I) chloride has Ksp = 1.7 × 10-7. Calculate the molar solubility of copper(I) chloride in
(a) 0.0858M HCl solution
(b) 0.419 M HCl solution
(c) 0.653 M CaCl2 solution

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  1. What do you not understand about the problem? This is Le Chatelier's Principle in action.

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