How many moles of {eq}\rm{Ag}^+ {/eq} ions are present in {eq}41.1\ \rm{mL} {/eq} of a {eq}0.621\ \rm{M} \ Ag_2SO_4 {/eq} solution?

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How many moles of {eq}\rm{Ag}^+ {/eq} ions are present in {eq}41.1\ \rm{mL} {/eq} of a {eq}0.621\ \rm{M} \ Ag_2SO_4 {/eq} solution?

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A chemical formula describes the composition of substances in terms of the elemental symbols and numbers. The present elements show the composition of the substance and then the number of the respective element is indicated as a subscript.

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