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Solution: The overall formation constant for HgI42- is 1.0 X 1030. That is,What is the concentration of Hg 2+ in 500.0 mL of a solution that was originally 0.010 M Hg 2+ and 0.78 M I-? The reaction is      Hg2+(aq) + 4I -(aq) ⇌ HgI42-(aq)

Solution: The overall formation constant for HgI42- is 1.0 X 1030. That is,What is the concentration of Hg 2+ in 500.0 mL of a solution that was originally 0.010 M Hg 2+ and 0.78 M I-? The reaction is      Hg2+

Problem

The overall formation constant for HgI42- is 1.0 X 1030. That is,

What is the concentration of Hg 2+ in 500.0 mL of a solution that was originally 0.010 M Hg 2+ and 0.78 M I-? The reaction is 

     Hg2+(aq) + 4I -(aq) ⇌ HgI42-(aq)