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how do you seperate AgCl from NaCl?

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what kind of mixture are they in?
well, the real question is how the question is originally set up: CONSULT A HANDBOOK TO ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS: B. SEPERATE (AgCl) from (NaCl)
the one above is from my lab manual lab report.

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well if they're mixed in a powder you can put it in water AgCl will not dissolve (AgCl is pretty insoluble) and NaCl will dissolve, then filter the precipitate.
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