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41. When a 4.78 g sample of a compound containing chlorine reacted with excess silver nitrate,
7.11 g of AgCl (MM 143 g/mol) were produced. Given this information, what is the
percent composition of chlorine in the 4.78 g sample?
A) 37.0 B) 67.2 C) 24.8 D) 47.3 E) 52.4
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41. When a 4.78 g sample of a compound containing chlorine reacted with excess silver nitrate, 7.11 g of AgCl (MM 143 g/mol) were produced. Given this information, what is the percent composition of chlorine in the 4.78 g sample? A) 37.0 B) 67.2 C) 24.8 D) 47.3 E) 52.4

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Mass of sample containing chlorine = 4....

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