1.000 g of potassium ferrocyanide was gently fused with the excess potassium carbonate in the inert atmosphere. Solid after fusion was dissolved in a concentrated sulfuric acid and evolving gases were absorbed in the solution of barium hydroxide. After filtration pH of the solution was brought to 11.5 with a nitric acid, mixed with a solution containing exactly 2.000 g of silver nitrate and diluted to 250 mL. Assuming all reactions were stoichiometric, was the final solution clear, or did it contain a precipitate?
Note: assuming you understand the chemistry behind the question, you don't need values of any equilibrium constants to find the answer.