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Problem: What is the value of Q when the SrCrO4 solution contains 2.00×10−2 M Sr2+ and 1.50×10−3 M CrO42−? Calculate the value of Q.

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Calculating reaction quotient:

Q = [products][reactants]Q = [Sr2+][CrO42-]

**ignore SrCrO4 since it is present as solid

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What is the value of Q when the SrCrO4 solution contains 2.00×10−2 M Sr2+ and 1.50×10−3 M CrO42−

Calculate the value of Q.

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