I would dissolve .4g of sodium thiosulfate into 250.0mL of water.
The same, Sodium thiosulfate
The chemical formula of sodium thiosulfate is Na2S2O3.
Sodium thiosulfate neutralizes chlorine.
A solution of sodium thiosulfate is produced.
Sodium thiosulfate is only dissolved in water.
When water is mixed with sodium thiosulfate the surrounding area temperature decreases causing the temperature to become, colder. for example; the water is at 22.5 C when you mix it with sodium thiosulfate the temperature could decrease up to 19.5 C this is because sodium thiosulfate an endothermic reaction which makes new bonds with the water and the sodium thiosulfate
Ionic equation for sodium thiosulfate Ionic equation for sodium thiosulfate
To get 100g of solution: 10g of sodium thiosulfate + 90g of water.
The chemical formula for sodium thiosulfate is Na2S3O2. This ionic compound results from the ionic bonding between two sodium ions, Na+, and one thiosulfate ion, S3O22-.
Bromine will be reduced to bromide and it will oxidize Sodium thiosulfate to Sodium tetrathionate :2 Na2S2O3 + Br2 ----> Na2S4O6 + 2 NaBr
Chloroform and Sodium Hydroxide
Sodium thiosulfate or Sodium Hyposulphite.
Dissolve 31,62 g anhydrous thiosulfate in 1 L demineralized water at 20 oC.
it depends how many liters or mililiters you want for example:You want to prepare 100mL of 0.1M sodium thiosulfatefirst we calculated the grams needed:100 mL*(0.1 mmole/1 ml)*(248.19 mg/1 mmole)*(1 g/ 1000 mg)which gives you 2.4819 g of sodium thiosulfatedisolve the 2.4819 grams in 70 mL ofdistilledwater, transfer to a volumetric flask of 100 mL and finish filling it withdistilledwater up to the mark, and then shake to homogenize.
An exothermic reaction will occur, with the peroxide being reduced and the thiosulfate being oxidized.
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