# A concentrated ammonia solution is added to a 0.010 M Ni(No3)2 to solution. Given the equilibrium concentration of ammonia [NH3] to is 0.20 M, determine the nickel (II) ion concentration. The formation constant Kf of the complex Ni(NH3)6^2+ + is 1.2 x 10^9. Assume the volume change from the addition of ammonia solution is negligible.[No^2+]=

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A concentrated ammonia solution is added to a 0.010 M Ni(No3)2 to solution. Given the equilibrium concentration of ammonia [NH3] to is 0.20 M, determine the nickel (II) ion concentration. The formation constant Kf of the complex Ni(NH3)6^2+ + is 1.2 x 10^9. Assume the volume change from the addition of ammonia solution is negligible.
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Step 1

The equilibrium for the formation of the given complex may be written as:

Step 2

Initially, at the beginning of the reaction, the concentrations of different species:

Step 3

After some time, when equilibrium is reached, the...

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