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    The chemical reaction representing the soluability of AGBr is:
    AgBr (right and left arrow) Ag^+ +Br^-
    This can be written as:
    AgBr+ 1e^- (right arrow) Ag + Br^- Eo=.071 V
    Ag (right arrow) Ag^+ +1e^- Eo=-.800

    Using this data, what is the solubility product constant, Ksp, of AgBr @ 25 Celsius?

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    A solved equation is provided. The solubility constant and the Ksp of the reactant is determined.

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