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0 mL of a calcium chloride solution is added to an excess of aqueous silver nitrate. The resulting precipitate has a mass of 1.25 grams.

25.0 mL of a calcium chloride solution is added to an excess of aqueous silver nitrate. The resulting precipitate has a mass of 1.25 grams. If the percent yield of this reaction is known to be 85%, calculate the concentration in molarity of the original calcium chloride solution.

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