  # A sample of AgNO3 (aq) is mixed with a sample of NaCl (aq) to make a solution where theconcentration of AgNO3 (aq) is 0.10 M and NaCl (aq) is 0.090 M. Calculate the reactionquotient, Q, for AgCl(s).What I got so far: (Please tell me if I am solving the problem correctly)AgNO3(aq)+NaCl(aq)->AgCl(s)(0.10M)         (0.090)         ?Q=[AgCl]/[AgNO3][NaCl]Q=[x]/[0.10M][0.090M]

Question

A sample of AgNO3 (aq) is mixed with a sample of NaCl (aq) to make a solution where the
concentration of AgNO3 (aq) is 0.10 M and NaCl (aq) is 0.090 M. Calculate the reaction
quotient, Q, for AgCl(s).

What I got so far: (Please tell me if I am solving the problem correctly)

AgNO3(aq)+NaCl(aq)->AgCl(s)

(0.10M)         (0.090)         ?

Q=[AgCl]/[AgNO3][NaCl]

Q=[x]/[0.10M][0.090M]

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Step 1

Reaction quotient of a reaction is a measure of  relative amounts of reactants and products that are present in a given reaction at a given time.

Step 2

The given reaction is a double displacement reaction where two different compounds react in a chemical reaction, and when these two compounds react the respective cations and anions of the two reactants switch their places to form new compounds or products.

Step 3

The reaction which takes place when AgNO3 is mixed with NaCl is as follows:

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