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the reaction of AgNO3 and Na2SO4 in water goes to completion because

a. silver sulfate quickly precipitates
b. water is a strong electrolyte
c. it is a neutralization reaction
d. a volatile product is formed
e. sodium sulfate is a very strong acid

the answer is a.
Silver sulfate pecipitates?
I thought it's soluble.
what do you think about it?
 

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Sulfates are insoluble with Ag
 
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sulfate is insoluble with Sr, Ba and Pb.... not with Ag.
Cl, Br and I is insoluble with Ag, Pb, Hg
Am I wrong?
 
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ippie said:
sulfate is insoluble with Sr, Ba and Pb.... not with Ag.
Cl, Br and I is insoluble with Ag, Pb, Hg
Am I wrong?

That's what I thought. I got that from Kaplan workshop. You?
 

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ippie said:
the reaction of AgNO3 and Na2SO4 in water goes to completion because

a. silver sulfate quickly precipitates
b. water is a strong electrolyte
c. it is a neutralization reaction
d. a volatile product is formed
e. sodium sulfate is a very strong acid

the answer is a.
Silver sulfate pecipitates?
I thought it's soluble.
what do you think about it?
does it have anything to do with normality? also, all the other answers r bogus so i would have picked that using POE.
 

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ippie said:
sulfate is insoluble with Sr, Ba and Pb.... not with Ag.
Cl, Br and I is insoluble with Ag, Pb, Hg
Am I wrong?
your correct.
 
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