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HELP Predict whether the following double-replacement reaction will produce a precipitate: AgNO3 + KOH KNO3 + AgOH. No; all products are soluble Yes; the KNO3 will precipitate Yes; the AgOH will precipitate Yes; both the KNO3 and AgOH will precipitate

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    Group 1 compounds are almost universally soluble. KNO3 will not ppt. Only 2 silver compounds show any degree of solubility, AgNO3 and Ag(C2H3O2). AgOH will ppt.

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    so its the third choice?

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    has to be the third choice

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    Thank you :)

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