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Imagine that you have 500 $\mathrm{mL}$ of 0.20 $\mathrm{M}$ sitrate solution. How many milliliters of 0.50 $\mathrm{M}$ sodium chloride solution should you add to remove all the silver ions from the solution?

Chemistry 101

Chapter 16

Acidic Toxins

Section 2

Acid and Base h eories

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so in problem six, we have given 500 ml off zero point 20 Moeller silver nitrate solution, and what they ask is how many milliliters off zero point 50 Mueller and the solution should you need to remove all the silver ions from these solutions? So that means we have to find out the volume or for initial volume off NSL in militar. So first we see the reaction that can take place between the silver nitrate, echo silver nitrate and eco sodium chloride. So this is the reaction. So this is the silver nitrate echo silver nitrate. When this reacts with the echo sodium chloride, then it will form solid silver chloride along with echo sodium nitrate. So, like this is thes simple balanced chemical equation for this process. Okay, so that means we have given this information This silly echo silver nitrate is 500 ml and it's 0.20 Mueller solution and this its volume. We have to find out volume offense, yell, and this is given 0.2 0.50 Mueller and Israel solution. So this is the 0.50 Moeller and a single solution so Basically what we can do is we, uh we can this, uh, morality can apply this majority question. So morality off silver nitrate. So this is the majority of silver nitrate that is given in the question, and we can multiply this city with the volume off Sylvan, a trade volume off silver nitrate solution. And this will equal to the because they combining the one treasure one mole ratio. So this is equal to the majority off this NCL solution multiplied by volume off any single solution volume off any seal solution. Okay, so we can assume that if everyone is the majority off silver nitrate, that is 0.20 Moeller and we one is the volume off silver nitrate. That is 500 ml. So this is I can use for silver nitrate and the majority off sodium chloride. 0.50 Mueller. And the volume that is young for sodium chloride is veto that we have to find out. This is for NSCN. So what we can do is we can put the value in this equation. So we get 0.20 and 2 500 which is equal to 0.50 and to veto. So this 502 0.2 we get 100 which is equal to 0.5 and two. We too. So we to value is equal 200 y 0.5. So on solving this we get 200 ml so that when the volume offer initial solution. So the volume off this n HCL solution in Emmel, which is a call to 200 m l. So this is our answer that 200 ml a volume open ASEAN solution.

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