This question is for a high school chemistry class. This question was assigned friday, may 19th. the first person to report to class before school monday, may22nd is promised 10 % on the final exam. The question goes as following:
You are given three flasks containing different substances in aqueous solution.
1.00 M AgNO3, 1.00 M NaClO3, and 1.00 M Na3PO4.
You have access to the following pieces of equipment:
1 evaporating dish
1 hot plate
1 stirring rod
1 triple beam balance
1 graduated cylinder
2 empty beackers
2 pieces of filter paper
To solve the equation I must describe and show all calculations for the steps I would take to produce 50 grams of solid crystal sodium nitrate. (NaNO3)
I dont have much to offer other than as many gmail invites as you can take, but i would be extremeley grateful for an answer or help solving this problem. If you have the knowlege it requires to solve it. please describe and show the calculations neatly so I can earn the extra credit. Thank you very much and any help is greatly appreciated.