for the equilibrium, SbCl3 (s)+H2O <==> SbOCl(s)+ 2HCl (aq)... A.) what reagent would you add to the system to dissolve SbOCl? B.) what reagent would you add to precitiate SbOCl?

Help! would i use H2O to dissovle and add more HCL to precipitate??

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  1. Adding H2O moves the system to the right (which ppts SbOCl), assuming some SbCl3 is present at equilibrium.
    Adding HCl moves the system to the left (which dissolves SbOCl).

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