Question: A 1 000 g sample of XI2 is dissolved in water
A 1.000- g sample of XI2 is dissolved in water, and excess silver nitrate is added to precipitate all of the iodide as AgI. The mass of the dry AgI is found to be 1.375 g. Calculate the atomic weight (mass) of X.
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