2.76 G Of Silver Carbonate (at Mass Of Ag = 108) On Being Heated Strongly Yields A Residue Weighing 

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2.76 g of silver carbonate (at mass of Ag = 108) on being heated strongly yields a residue weighing 


Correct option is

2.32 g




            276 g                                          = 232 g



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