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The mass percent of Cl− in a seawater sample is determined by titrating 25.00 mL of seawater with AgNO3 solution, causing a precipitation reaction. An indicator is used to detect the end point, which occurs when free Ag+ ion is present in solution after all the Cl− has reacted. If 53.63 mL of 0.2970 M AgNO3 is required to reach the end point, what is the mass percent of Cl− in the seawater (d of seawater = 1.024 g/mL)?
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