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what mass of silver(1)nitrate is needed to prepare 100cm3 of silver(1)nitrate solution,concentration 0.2mol/dm3?
the mass of one mole of silver nitrate is 170g

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asked by aminah
  1. so, how many moles of AgNO3 are needed?

    multiply that by 170 g/mol

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