Chemistry

1) How would you expect the solubility of the following to vary n a series of solutions of increasing ionic strength created by adding KNO3
a) ammonia b) ammonium chloride
2) If the ionic strength was increased by adding KCl, the solubility of which one of the above two solutes be affected significantly and why

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