Chemisty

Before solving the problem write a balanced
chemical equation
Excess aqueous NaI was added to 50 mL
of aqueous CuNO3 solution, and 14.2 g of
CuI precipitate was formed. What was the
molar concentration of CuNO3 in the original
solution?
Answer in units of M

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