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What must be the concentration of F- to just start precipitation of SrF2 from a solution which is 1.202*10-5M i Sr(NO3)2? Ksp = 2.900*10-9

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  1. 2.9*10-9/1.202*10-5 and find the square root of the number = 0.0155

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