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EXERCISES of CHAPTER 5

1. At room temperature, a saturated solution of PbCl2 contains 1.004 g of this salt in a


250 mL solution. (Atomic weights (g/mol): Cl = 35.5; Pb = 207.2).
a) Calculate the solubility product of PbCl2.
b) Determine if this Pb salt will precipitate when mixing 10 cm3 of NaCl 0.1M with 30cm3
of Pb(NO3)2 0.01 M.

2. At 25 C, 1.31 x 10-5 moles of silver chloride are dissolved in 1L of water. Calculate:


a) Solubility product of silver chloride at this temperature.
b) Solubility of silver chloride (g.L-1) in a 10-2 M solution of NaCl.
Atomic weights (umas): Ag = 108; Cl = 35.5

3. For a saturated solution of silver phosphate, determine:


a) Solubility of this salt, expressed in g/L.
b) Solution volume that we need to evaporate in order to obtain 11.8 mg of this salt.
Data: Ks = 10-18; Atomic weights (umas): Ag = 108; P = 31; O = 16.

4. Ten milliliters of 0.20 M AgNO3 is added to 10 mL of 0.10 M NaCl. Calculate the


concentration of Cl- remaining in solution at equilibrium, and the solubility of the AgCl.
Data: Ks (AgCl) = 1.0 x 10-10.

5. What must be the concentration of added Ag+ to just start precipitation of AgCl in a
1.0 x 10-3 M solution of NaCl? Data: Ks (AgCl) = 1.0 x 10-10.

6. A mixture containing only KCl and NaBr is analyzed by the Mohr method. A 0.3172
g sample is dissolved in 50 mL of water and titrated to the Ag2CrO4 end point, requiring
36.14 mL of 0.1120 M AgNO3. Report the %w/w KCl and NaBr in the sample.

7. The %w/w I in a 0.6712 g sample was determined by a Volhard titration. After adding
50.00 mL of 0.05619 M AgNO3 and allowing the precipitate to form, the remaining silver
was back titrated with 0.05322 M KSCN, requiring 35.14 mL to reach the end point.
Report the %w/w I in the sample.

8. A 1.963 g sample of an alloy is dissolved in HNO3 and diluted to volume in a 100 mL


volumetric flask. Titrating a 25.00 mL portion with 0.1078 M KSCN requires 27.19 mL
to reach the end point. Calculate the %w/w Ag in the alloy.