silver iodide is very insoluable in water

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Chemist know that by adding a very slight excess of silver nitrate to an iodide containing solution it is possible effectively to remove all the iodide on from the sample. first, writte a balanced net ionic equation for this reaction. then, assume that a sample has a mass of 2.375 grams contains 19.3% iodide ion by mass . then, calculate the mass of silver nitrate must be used to completely precipitate all the iodide from the sample.

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