# 0.550g sample containing only NaCl and kbr.it dissolved in water and titrated with a 0.0322M...

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0.550g sample containing only NaCl and kbr.it dissolved in water and titrated with a 0.0322M solution of AgNO{eq}_3 {/eq}. complete titration of both halides was found to require 30.45ml of AgNO{eq}_3 {/eq} solution. calculate the weight percent of cl in the solid sample.

## Precipitation Reaction:

Let us assume a balanced chemical reaction that involves the combination of two soluble salts. The two salts will combine together to give a precipitate after the end of the reaction. The reaction is known as a precipitation reaction.

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Amount of the sample = 0.550 g

The sample contains only NaCl and KBr.

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