The answer is 0,0207 mol.
The concentration of this solution (in NaOH) is 40 g/L.
what is the molarity of a solution prepared by dissolving 36.0g of NaOH in enough water to make 1.50 liter of solution?
The concentration of ethanol is 11,7 %.
What would the new concentration be if 155 g of water were added
concentration of ions in the solution increases!
1 % DCPIP solution can be prepared by dissolving 1g of the dye in 100cm3 of water
This value is 0,0164 M.
original salt solution is used for the identification of cations in salt . it is prepared by dissolving the salt in water
Look up or calculate the molecular weight/molar mass of FeCl3. Then... 40.0 g FeCl3/MW FeCl3/0.275 L = M (concentration of FeCl3 in solution)
By irritating a solution, increasing the concentration of the solute, by increasing the temperature
Yes, the diffusion of any matter always takes place from its high concentration towards its low concentration. So is the case with water. If water forms a solution by dissolving some solutes, the concentration of water will be lower in a solution than pure water.
The molarity of KNO3 is 0,058.
Lime water is prepared by dissolving calcium hydroxide in water.
Iron (III) chloride has the molecular formula of FeCl3. Its molecular weight is 162.2 grams per mole. Concentration is moles of solute divided by volume of solution. Therefore, the answer is .224 moles per liter.
Dissolving is the process of going into a solution; 'the dissolving of salt in water'
The percentage of silver nitrate by weight is 100[5.48/(5.48 + 25.0)] = 18.0 %, to the justified number of significant digits.
By dissolving in water the necessary quantity to obtain the desired concentration of sodium bicarbonate.
Any concentration is possible to be prepared; the concentrated acid has generally a concentration of 36,5 % (36,5 g HCl in 100 mL water solution).
The freezing point is approx. -4 oC.
The water may already have a full concentration gradient.
Litmus solution is a mixture of dyes dissolved in water.
Hypotonic solution has the highest concentration of water molecules.
Hypotonic is the term describes a solution that has a lower solute concentration and higher water concentration than another solution Hypertonic describes a solution with a higher solute concentration compared with another solution.
No. Sodium lauryl sulfate will not form insoluble salts with the magnesium.