Solid NaBr is slowly added to a solution that is 0.010 M inCu+ and 0.010 M in Ag+. (a) Which compoundwill begin to precipitate first? (b) Calculate [A

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Solid NaBr is slowly added to a solution that is 0.010 M inCu+ and 0.010 M in Ag+. (a) Which compoundwill begin to precipitate first? (b) Calculate [Ag+] when CuBr justbegins to precipitate. (c) What percent of Ag+ remains in solutionat this point?
a) AgBr: (0.010+s)s=4.2108 s=4.2109MBr needed form PPT
CuBr: (0.010+s)s=7.7(0.010+s)s=7.71013 Ag+=1.8107
b) 4.2106[Ag+]=7.71013 [Ag+]=1.8107
c) 1.81070.010M100%=0.18%
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Yes ur correct.i a and b part
c ) 0.0018% not 0.18%
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