How many liters of water do you need to make 2 L of saturated sugar water having a concentration of 0.6 mole per liter?
How many moles of sugar are required to make 4L of a saturated solution of sugar having a concentration of 0.6 mole per liter?
To find the total number of moles, multiply the molarity times the number of liters desired. For four liters of a .6M solution, there are 2.4 moles of sugar required.
How many moles of sugar are required to make 4 l of a saturated solution of sugar having a concentration of 0.6 mole per liter?
0.6 x 4 = 2.4 Answer: 2.4 moles
How many moles of sugar are required to make 4L of a saturated solution of sugar having a concentration of 0.6 moles per liter?
To make a saturated solution with any certain concentration, you simply need to find out the temperature at which saturation occurs for that concentration. Saturation for sugar, assuming you mean sucrose, at 0.6 molL-1 is below the freezing point of water (even at 0oC, it has a solubility of around 5.25molL-1); therefore, creating a saturated solution at this point is impossible. >.actually. 2.4 moles
liter = unit of volume mole = unit of concentration
Molarity or molar concentration is a unit of concentration, symbolized by "M". It is the ratio of the number of moles of solute and the volume of solution (in liters). Molarity = Moles of solute ÷ Liters of solution = moles/liter = M molarity is define as the number of mole of a solute in 1 liter of solution.
Codeine is 299.364 grams per mole; 30 grams in 2 liters is 0.0501 moles per liter.
A saturated solution is a solution in which the solute has been dissolved to the point where if any more solute is added it would not be able to dissolve. Concentrated and dilute are relative terms where concentrated means more solute per liter of solution while dilute is less solute per liter of solution. Concentration is depicted by Molarity.
If the 5 liter bowl is first filled, then 3 liters of water from the 5 liter bowl can be poured into the 3 liter bowl. There should be 2 liters of water left in the 5 liter bowl, and 3 liters in the 3 liter bowl. Dump out the water in the 3 liter bowl, and replace it from the remaining 2 liters from the 5 liter bowl. Refill the 5 liter bowl, and… Read More
To prepare a 5M HCl solution, you need to know the concentration of your source of HCl. Then you can use this proportion C1V1=C2V2, where C=Concentration in M(moles/liter) and V=Volume(liters).
n=c/v n=3M/.25L n=12 mol m=Mxn m=58.443 g/mol x 12 mol m=701.3 g n= mol c=concentration v=volume m=mass M= molar mass Tylerops: I don't agree with this answer. Molarity is defined as Moles/Liters. In other words Molarity is the concentration of a solution. In the above n= Concentration / Liters. That is equal to saying Moles=(Moles/liters)/ Liters. In the above question the concentration is (3 moles/ liter), or 3M. Plus, how can it be possible to… Read More
0.001 liters is a fraction of a liter. You are about 0.999 liters away from a whole liter.
We have three jars one of 12-liter one 7-liter and one 5-liter. The 12-liter jar is full of water and the 7-liter with the 5-liter jar are empty. How do you get 6 liters of water using the two jars?
1)Transfer 7 liters from the 12-liter jar into the 7-liter jar. We now have 5 liters in the 12-liter jar and 7 liters in the 7-liter jar. The 5-liter jar is empty, as of now. 2)Transfer 5 liters from the 7-liter jar into the 5-liter jar. The 12-liter, 7-liter, 5-liter jars now contain 5, 2 and 5 liters respectively. 3)Empty the contents of the 5-liter jar into the 12-liter jar. The 12, 7, 5- liter… Read More
# Fill the 5 liter bucket # Pour it into the 7 liter bucket # Fill the 5 liter bucket # Fill the 7 liter bucket from the 5 (2 liters go in leaving 3 liters in the 5 liter bucket) # Empty the 7 liter bucket # Pour the 3 liters from the 5 liter bucket into the 7 liter bucket # Fill the 5 liter bucket # Fill the 7 liter bucket from… Read More
1000000 micro liters in 1 liter 1 micro liter = 1/1000000 liter 1000 micro liters = (1/1000000) x 1000 = 1/1000 liter
Okay so fill up the seven liter jug completely and pour as much as you can into the 4 liter jug. You now have 3 liters in the 7 liter jug and 4 liters in the 4 liter jug. Pour the 4 liter out half way, now you have 2 liters in the 4 liter jug. Now pour the contents of the 4 liter jug into the 7 liter jug that has 3 liters in… Read More
How many grams of sugar are there in 5 liters of sugar water that has a concentration of 0.5 grams per liter of solution?
You're using the formula m=c x v(mass=concentration x volume). So m= 5L x .5g/L. The liters cancel each other out and the answer is 2.5grams.
Empty the 3 liter container into a spare container or containers. Fill the 3 liter container from the 5 liter container - This leaves 2 liters in the 5 liter container. Empty the 3 liter container into the spare container(s). Pour the 2 liters of water from the 5 liter container into the 3 liter container. Fill the 5 liter container from your spare container(s). Now you have a full 5 liters plus the 2… Read More
it means that a molecule goes from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration. for example, if I had one liter of 10M concentration of H+ ions on one side of a membrane, and on the other side was two liters of 0M concentration H+ (no H+), H+ would have a electrochemical gradient. As H+ diffuses down its concentration gradient, the H+ from the 10M side would enter the 0M side… Read More
The ratio of solute and the solvent determine the strength of a solution in terms of concentration. 1 gm of salt (NaCl) dissolved in one liter - less concentration 100 gm of salt in in 1 liter of water - high concentration 320 gm of slat in 1 liter of water - saturated more than 320 gms in liter of water - super saturated Now the difference is : if the maximum quantity of solute… Read More
liters ARE fluid liters
Empty the 5-liter jar and remove 1 liter of the 7-liter jar.
Bobby has a 5 liter container and a 3 liter container and an unlimited supply of water How can he measure out exactly 4 liters?
You have to have something else to build the 4 liters into. Call it The Tub. Fill the 5. Pour the 5 into the 3. That leaves 2 liters in the 5. Pour them into The Tub. You now have 2 liters in The Tub. Empty the 3. Fill the 5. Pour the 5 into the 3. That leaves 2 liters in the 5. Pour them into The Tub. You now have 4 liters in… Read More
Fill the 5 liter container. Pour it into the 8 liter container. Fill the 5 liter container again. Pour it into the 8 liter container again, but stop when the 8 liter container is full. The 5 liter container now contains 2 liters.
A liter is a litte more than a quart. A gallon is 3.785 liters. A liter is a litte more than a quart. A gallon is 3.785 liters. A liter is a litte more than a quart. A gallon is 3.785 liters. A liter is a litte more than a quart. A gallon is 3.785 liters.
667,54 milligrams per liter = 667, 54 grams per 1000 liters (or 1 m3). Liter or milliliter are units of volume, tonne is a unit of mass. We need the density of the solution to express the concentration in per tonne.
a liter is a measurement of volume, i have never heard of a cubic liter.
Four 1/2-liters are in two liters.
Two half liters equal one liter.
14.007 liters There are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter. One milliliter is 0.001 liter
How to get 6 liters of volume in the bigger jar when we have 7 liters and 5 liters capacity jars with us.?
7, 5 Liter jars 7, 0 = fill 7 liters jar 2, 5 = transfer to the 5 liters jar 2, 0 = emtry the 5 liters jar 0, 2 = transfter to 5 liters jar 7, 2 = fill in the 7 liter jar 4, 5 = transfer 7 liter to 5 liter jar 4, 0 = emtry to 5 liters jar 0, 4 = transfer to 5 liters jar 7, 4 = fill… Read More
You can do it in one of two ways. The first way would be to add the 5 liter bottle to the 3 liter bottle, and get 8 liters, then measure half of that amount, which would be 4 liters. The second way is to either add 1 liter to the 3 liter bottle, or remove 1 liter from the 5 liter bottle, which would also give you 4 liters.
Molarity is a measure of the concentration of something given in moles per liter. To convert to the number of micromoles, multiply Molarity by the number of liters then multiply by 1000 to get micromoles.
Liters are volume units and grams are mass or weight units. Except for a substance having the same density or specific gravity as water (1 liter of water having a mass of 1 kilogram) a direct conversion cannot be made. If your question is about converting water from liters to grams, the answer is 1,000.
Fill the 5 liter bottle, pour it into the 8 liter bottle. Fill the 5 liter bottle again and pour 3 liters into the remaining space of the 8 liter bottle. Empty the 8 liter bottle. Pour the 2 liters remaining in the 5 liter bottle into the 8 liter bottle. Fill the 5 liter bottle and pour it into the 8 liter bottle. Now there should be 7 liters in the 8 liter bottle… Read More
A liter is a unit of measure. What do you want to convert it to? A typical jar has a volume of about 2 liters; a cup may have a volume of a quarter liter. A liter is a unit of measure. What do you want to convert it to? A typical jar has a volume of about 2 liters; a cup may have a volume of a quarter liter. A liter is a unit… Read More
Fill the 9 liter jug Pour 4 liters off (into the 4 liter jug) Empty the 4 liter jug Of the remaint 5 liters in the 9 liter jug, fill the 4 liter jug Empty the 4 liter jug Pour the remaining 1 liter into the 4 liter jug Fill the 9 liter jug Pour off 3 liters by filling the 4 liter jug which already has 1 liter in it The 9 liter jug… Read More
0.47 Liters 470 mL * Liter/1000 mL = 470/1000 Liters -->.47 Liters 0.470L There are 1000 mL in 1 Liter
How do you precisely measure 2 liters of water if you only have one 3 liter bucket and one 7 liter bucket?
Fill the 3 liter bucket, then dump it into the 7 liter bucket. Do it again, so that now you have 6 liters in the 7 liter bucket. Then fill the 3 liter bucket, and pour it into the 7 liter bucket so that you have exactly 7 liters in the 7 liter bucket. You should have 2 liters left in the 3 liter bucket................if all that made sense :P
Add 5 liters to the 7 liter bottle. Add 5 more to the 7 liter bottle; now you have 3 liters. Dump out the water from the 7 liter bottle. Then add the 3 liters to the 7 liter bottle. Fill the 5 liter bottle again and dump it into the 7 liter bottle. Dump out the water in the 7l bottle and add 1 liter to the 7 liter bottle. Add 5 liters to… Read More
You have two sauce pans one holds 4 liters and the other 3 Using only these two receptacles how can you measure exactly two liters of water?
Fill the 4 liter with water and empty into the 3 liter, leaving one liter in the 4 liter receptacle. Dump the 3 liter water, and pour the remaining one liter from the 4 liter into the 3 liter. Fill the four liter and dump into 3 liter until full. You now have added two liters to the 3 liter receptacle and 2 liters remain in the 4 liter receptacle.
5.67 liters 1 liter = 1.05 quart 1 quart = 0.94 liter
10.64 liters 1 liter = 4.22 cups 1 cup = 0.23 liter
4.56 liters There are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter. One milliliter is 0.001 liter
1.396 LThere are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter. One milliliter is 0.001 liter.
1 Milliliter = 10-3 Liter or 0.001 Liter ∴ 250 Milliliters = 250 * 0.001 Liters = 0.25 Liters
Fill the 5 liter, pour into the 3 liter. Empty the 3 liter and pour in the remaining from the 5 liter (2 liters). Fill 5 liter and top off the 3 liter.
You must know the material density.Assume fresh water at room density, having density 1 gm/cc or 1 kg/liter, then the answer: 17 kg = 17 liter
Molarity has to deal with the concentration of solute in a concentration, and Moles per liter of the solvent is the concentration of solvent.
50 milliliters = 0.05 liter 50 milliliters * 1 liter/1000 milliliters = 5 liter/100 = 0.05 liter