A 0.238 6-g sample contained only NaCl and KBr. It was dissolved in water and required 48.40 mL of 0.048 37 M AgNO3 for complete titration of both halides [giving AgCl(s) and AgBr(s)]. Calculate the weight percent of Br in the solid sample.
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Textbook: Quantitative Chemical Analysis
Author: Daniel C. Harris
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