Problem: Given the precipitation of AgCl from a NaCl solution using silver nitrate:AgNO3 + NaCl(aq) →  AgCl(s) + NaNO3(aq)If a solution of AgNO3 of unknown molarity is added to a flask containing 132ml of NaCl solution also of unknown molarity. At the endpoint 42.15 ml of the AgNO3 solution have been added and 8.42 g of AgCl are recovered as a precipitate from the reaction:a) What is the molarity of the NaCl solution?  b) What is the molarity of AgNO3 solution? 

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Given the precipitation of AgCl from a NaCl solution using silver nitrate:

AgNO3 + NaCl(aq) →  AgCl(s) + NaNO3(aq)

If a solution of AgNO3 of unknown molarity is added to a flask containing 132ml of NaCl solution also of unknown molarity. At the endpoint 42.15 ml of the AgNO3 solution have been added and 8.42 g of AgCl are recovered as a precipitate from the reaction:

a) What is the molarity of the NaCl solution?

b) What is the molarity of AgNO3 solution?

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