# copper metal reacts with 12.67g of silver nitrate that has been dissolved in water. h

copper metal reacts with 12.67g of silver nitrate that has been dissolved in water. how many grams of silver will be produced from the reaction?

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1. Write the balanced chemical reaction.
2. Use the balanced equation to deduce the ratio of copper that are formed for each mole of silver ions present in the solution.
3. Find the number of moles of silver ions present in the solution.
4. Use your answers to 2 and 3 together to get the number of moles of silver atoms that are produced.
5. Convert that number of moles into grams of silver using the relative atomic mass of silver.

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