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# What is the ksp of AgNO3?

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###### 2011-09-14 10:32:28

Ksp= [Products]^mole ratio

so

Ksp=[Ag+][NO3]

Since you didnt provide any numerical values, that's as far as you can go. You can look for known Ksp values at certain temperatures in some AP Chemistry books or online.

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it's soluble in water, so ksp is reaalllyy small--i wont be much of a help if you were looking for ksp to prove what i said;;

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