Writing Assignment 9.docx - Writing Assignment 9 In this experiment we are trying to figure out how many grams of AgNo3 are in a special unknown

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Writing Assignment 9 In this experiment, we are trying to figure out how many grams of AgNo3 are in a special unknown solution of AgNo3 (aq). We are going to take a solution of NaCl and mix it with water to create the (aq) solution seen in the equation to figure out the number of grams. This will show how many grams of AgCl we have because of the limiting reactant. 1. First, we calculate the number of grams required to make a solution of 2M NaCl in 100 ml. We use 2M = mass / 58.5g to find the mass of NaCl required. Once you do that you get 117g and since 1M = 1000ml you divide by 10 to get 100ml and 11.7g. 2. After that we take 11.7 g that we found through the equation above and put it into a volumetric flask of 100ml and fill the rest up with water till it reaches 100ml. 3. Once we have our (aq) solution of NaCl we bring out our mystery solution and then start to add out NaCl to the solution. This will show how many grams of AgCl we have because of the limiting reactant.

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