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% purity . A 54.0 g sample contains NaCl. When dissolved, the solution reacts with Ag + to form 62.4 g of AgCl. Calculate the % purity of the original sample. A 168.0 g sample contains Pb(NO 3 ) 2 When dissolved, the solution reacts with I - to form 182.2 g of PbI
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Unformatted text preview: 2 Calculate the % purity of the original sample. A 37.0 g sample contains CaCl 2 . When dissolved, the solution reacts with Ag + to form 43.7 g of AgCl. Calculate the % purity of the original sample....
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