Chemistry

Excess sodium sulfate is added to exactly 50 mL of a solution containing an
unknown amount of silver(I) cation. Determine the concentration of the
silver ion in this solution if 3.54 mg of a solid is isolated.

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  1. Convert 3.54 mg AgCl to moles AgCl, then to moles Ag, then M Ag = moles/L soln.

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  2. .0533

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