Chemistry G.

asked • 05/01/15

How much AgCl is isolated using this and Ag(NO3)?

Chad decides to sneak into Ms. Smith's class room. He finds bottles of solution containing silver. He realizes that if he extracts the silver, he will strike it rich! First, he sees silver nitrate. He also realizes that AgCl is an insoluble compound

a) He finds a bottle labeled ".75M MgCl2", but only 300mL are remaining. How much AgCl is isolated using this and Ag(NO3)?

Balanced Equation:

Dimensional Analysis:

Theoretical Yield:

b) Draw the particles after the reaction is complete and the particles have settled.

c) % yield is 55%. How much AgCl is isolated?

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Jon P. answered • 05/01/15

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