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In a lab, silver nitrate,, is dissolved in water until no solid is observed in the container....

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Introduction: Sigs of chemical reaction
                        
More Details: In a lab, silver nitrate,, is dissolved in water until no solid is observed in the container. Then, a solution of sodium chloride, , is added to the container.
                When you combine these aqueous solutions, there is no noticeable change in temperature; however, a solid precipitates and there is a slight change of color. Which
                statements about the lab experiment involving silver nitrate and a sodium chloride solution are true? Formation of a solid indicates that a chemical reaction
                occurred The initial disappearance of silver nitrate in water indicates a chemical reaction occurred The color change of the solution indicates a chemical reaction
                occurred A chemical reaction occurred when silver nitrate was added to water A chemical reaction occurred when the solutions were combined The lack of temperature
                change indicates a chemical reaction didn't occur
asked Oct 8, 2013 by anonymous

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