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Dear Tutor: Would you solve the next question?

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Would you solve the next question?


"Consider the reaction AgCl(s) + 2NH3(aq) Ag(NH3)2+(aq) + Cl-(aq). Given that Kc = KspKf where:
Ksp is for AgCl and Kf is for Ag(NH3)2+
the molar solubility (z) of AgCl in 2.0 M NH3 can be calculated according to which of the following equations?"

Hint:Solve the Kc expression for the concentration of the ions in terms of the molar solubility, z.

Answer: Ksp*Kf=z^2/(2.0-2z)^2


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