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The dissociation of solid silver chloride in water to produce silver ions and chloride ions has an equilibrium constant of 1.8 x10-18.

The dissociation of solid silver chloride in water to produce silver ions and chloride ions has an equilibrium constant of 1.8 x10-18. Based on the magnitude of the equilibrium constant, is silver chloride very soluble in water? Explain your answer.
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