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PRECIPITATION: SILVER CHLORIDE<br />
Common Ion Effect<br />
AgNO3(aq) & KCl(aq) are mixed in silver nitrate solution causing AgCl(s) to precipitate. The equilibrium has been shifted to the left by the addition of Ag+ ions formed from the solute AgNO3(aq) (Common ion effect).  AgCl(s)=Ag+(aq) + Cl-(aq).

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PRECIPITATION: SILVER CHLORIDE
Common Ion Effect
AgNO3(aq) & KCl(aq) are mixed in silver nitrate solution causing AgCl(s) to precipitate. The equilibrium has been shifted to the left by the addition of Ag+ ions formed from the solute AgNO3(aq) (Common ion effect). AgCl(s)=Ag+(aq) + Cl-(aq).

Copyright:© 1995 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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