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For questions related to the chemical reactions and processes that result in a chemical reaching its solid phase.

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Yes the amount of $\ce{AgCl}$ formed will be more due to more $\ce{Cl-}$ ions present in the tap water. They are mainly because of some salts already present in water, and due to chlorination.
answered Feb 18 by Eagle