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Asked Mar 6, 2019
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Given the two reactions

  1. PbCl2Pb2++2Cl,   K3 = 1.85×10−10, and
  2. AgClAg++Cl,   K4 = 1.22×10−4,

what is the equilibrium constant Kfinal for the following reaction?

PbCl2+2Ag+2AgCl+Pb2+

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The equilibrium constant K final can be calculated as

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