# Problem: How many seconds will be required to deposit 6.23 g of Ag from a solution that contains Ag+ ions if a current of 0.35 A is used? a. 1.7 x 106 b. 1.6 x 104 c. 2.0 x 103 d. 2.1 x 102

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How many seconds will be required to deposit 6.23 g of Ag from a solution that contains Ag+ ions if a current of 0.35 A is used?

a. 1.7 x 106

b. 1.6 x 104

c. 2.0 x 103

d. 2.1 x 102

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