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Solution: Explain why the changes in concentrations of the common ions below can be neglected.(a) TlCl(s) in 0.025 M TlNO3(b) BaF2(s) in 0.0313 M KF(c) MgC2O4 in 2.250 L of a solution containing 8.156 g of Mg(NO3)2(d) Ca(OH)2(s) in an unbuffered solution initially with a pH of 12.700

Problem

Explain why the changes in concentrations of the common ions below can be neglected.
(a) TlCl(s) in 0.025 M TlNO3
(b) BaF2(s) in 0.0313 M KF
(c) MgC2O4 in 2.250 L of a solution containing 8.156 g of Mg(NO3)2
(d) Ca(OH)2(s) in an unbuffered solution initially with a pH of 12.700