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The metal ion M2+ in ammonia, NH3 forms the complex ion M(NH3)62+ (Kf = 5.1x108). Calculate the M2+ concentration when the equilibrium concentrations of NH3 and M(NH3)62+ are 0.057 and 0.45 M respectively.

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  1. See your post below with the MX and NaCN

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