3500 O.U21) Which of the following is soluble in water at 25 °C? 3A AgNO3B) Hg2Cl2С) РЬС1,D) Ag,SE) AgCl22) When solutions of strong electrolytes in water are formed, the ioninteractions are described as a case ofA) hydrationB) supersaturationcrystallizationD) dehydrationE) saturation10:ak19

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3500 O.U
21) Which of the following is soluble in water at 25 °C? 3
A AgNO3
B) Hg2Cl2
С) РЬС1,
D) Ag,S
E) AgCl
22) When solutions of strong electrolytes in water are formed, the ion
interactions are described as a case of
A) hydration
B) supersaturation
crystallization
D) dehydration
E) saturation
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3500 O.U 21) Which of the following is soluble in water at 25 °C? 3 A AgNO3 B) Hg2Cl2 С) РЬС1, D) Ag,S E) AgCl 22) When solutions of strong electrolytes in water are formed, the ion interactions are described as a case of A) hydration B) supersaturation crystallization D) dehydration E) saturation 10:ak19

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