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The mass of sodium hypochlorite in 2,5 kg solution is 131,25 g.Sodium chloride is only the product of a decomposition.

The mass is 234,8 g.

Mix one mole of sodium which is equal to 22.99 grams with 1 Liter of water.

Need to know how much of the solution you have.

From the definition of molarity, one liter of the stated solution contains 0.256 mole of sodium bromide. The gram formula weight of sodium bromide is 102.89; therefore, one liter of the solution contains 0.256 X 102.89 or 26.34 grams. 18.7/26.34 = 0.710, the fraction of a liter that contains 18.7 grams of sodium bromide.

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1.17 grams :)

The mass of sodium hypochlorite in 2,5 kg solution is 131,25 g.Sodium chloride is only the product of a decomposition.

This is (mass of solute) divided by (mass of total solution) expressed as a percentage. The solute is what you are dissolving into the solution. Example: you have 90 grams of water, and you add 10 grams of salt (sodium chloride). The water is the solvent, sodium chloride is the solute, and the solution is salt water. 90 grams + 10 grams = 100 grams (mass of total solution). (10 grams) / (100 grams) = 0.1 --> 10% mass mass percent concentration.

2.27

600 mL of 0,9 % sodium chloride: 6 x 0,9 = 5,4 grams NaCl

In chemistry, the concentration of a substance in solution is determined by molarity, which is symbolized by "M". This indicates the number of moles of a substance dissolved in one liter of a solvent (usually water). For example: - 1 mole of sodium chloride = 58 grams - If 116 grams of sodium chloride are dissolved in 1 liter of water, then that solution is a 2-molar (2 M) solution of sodium chloride. - If 232 grams of sodium chloride are dissolved in 1 liter of water, then that solution is a 4-molar (4 M) solution of sodium chloride.

40.8 grams

One liter of Benedict's solution contains 173 grams sodium citrate, 100 grams sodium carbonate, and 17.3 grams cupric sulfate pentahydrate.

4 milliequivalents of sodium chloride solution is a solution having 0,2338 g in 1 L.

Put 100 grams in a beaker and and around 500 mls of water until it dissolves, then top up the beaker to a liter. That is your 10% solution. The percentage solution is a ratio of the weight of the compound to the weight of the final solution.

To make a 9 percent saline solution, start by preparing a 100 percent salt solution. With a bottle of 100 percent salt water, take 9 percent and dilute with distilled water to make a 9 percent saline solution.

4.25 L of a 0.25 M solution of NaF contain 1,062 moles sodium fluoride.