Explain what is the solubility product of silver sulfide
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Silver sulfide is the tarnish that forms over time on polished silver. If a saturated aqueous solution of it at a certain temperature has a [Ag+] = 4 x 10^-17, what is the solubility product of silver sulfide at this temperature?

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