Problem: A 1.000-g sample of a metal chloride, MCl 2, is dissolved in water and treated with excess aqueous silver nitrate. After drying, the silver chloride that formed weighed 1.286 g. Calculate the atomic mass of M.   a) 222.8 g b) 76.00 g c) 152.0 g d) 304.0 g e) none of these 

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A 1.000-g sample of a metal chloride, MCl 2, is dissolved in water and treated with excess aqueous silver nitrate. After drying, the silver chloride that formed weighed 1.286 g. Calculate the atomic mass of M.

a) 222.8 g

b) 76.00 g

c) 152.0 g

d) 304.0 g

e) none of these 

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