Chemistry 12th Edition

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Chapter 4 - Reactions in Aqueous Solutions - Questions & Problems - Page 159: 4.17


The answer for 4.17 is C.

Work Step by Step

You have to look at the ions and determine the solubility. Na^+ is soluble with everything, so it will completely dissolve into the aqueous solution, along with NO3^-. However, Cl^- is not completely soluble with Ag^+, so AgCl will form a precipitate at the bottom of the solution. This is shown in figure C.
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