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For which salt in each of the following groups will the

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Problem 44

For which salt in each of the following groups will the solubility depend on pH? a. AgF, AgCl, AgBr c. Sr(NO3)2, Sr(NO2)2 b. Pb(OH)2, PbCl2 d. Ni(NO3)2, Ni(CN)2

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Week 12 CHEM 1500 11/8 & 11/10 This week we talked about concentration and neutralization reactions. We know that concentration is molarity and we already know how to calculate molarity, but there are three more ways to calculate concentration and they’re percents: m/m% m/v% v/v% m/m% = mass by mass percent = grams of solute/grams of solutionX100% m/v% = mass by volume percent = grams of solute/mL of solutionX100% v/v% = volume by volume percent = mL of solute/mL of solutionX100% Now, with neutralization reactions we will only be working with strong acid and strong bases. In the higher­level Chemistries, you will work with all combinations of bases and acids. Given a strong base and a strong acid you must predict the products. The reaction will always be a double displacemen

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