Sorry for the very basic question but its been a very long time since I've taken chemistry and I'm having difficulty solving this problem.
If I titrate something with 1 molar AgNO3, adding 50 ml of AgNO3 solution... How would I calculate how many mols of Ag that equates to?
What I have so far is that 1 M means that there is 0.05 mol of AgNO3 in that 50 ml sample (M = mols/L). So then how many mols of Ag are there in 0.05 mol of AgNO3? Is there just 0.05 mols of Ag in AGNO3 or do I need to somehow take into consideration the proportion of the rest of the elements?