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Guys we know that H3AsO4+3NH4OH+3AgNO3 = Ag3AsO4 (s) + 3NH4NO3 + 3H2O right? what happens if we replace the Arsenic acid with arsenic nitrate instead? what will the products be and what product will be a precipitate, if any? Thanks! Very Happy
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Arsenic nitrate is not existing. If it would exist it would hydrolyse to arsenious acid and nitric acid in aquaeous solution. Both are solouble. Silver has no effect.
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