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If you concentrate a solution, the molarity (moles/liter) will increase.

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Of course the molarity become higher.

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No. ph=-log[H+] The amount of a solution would only change the volume of the solution. It has no effect on the molarity or concentration of the hydrogen ion.


molarity of moles of solute/liters of solution(not solvent) the volume of the solvent(even if it started at 1 L) would change after adding the solute depending on the molar mass, density, etc of the solute, the molarity would be different


You need more info to answer this problem. The molarity of your solution would be a good start.


The unit would be H+/ 1 L of solution (usually water). This is called Molarity, or concentration.


Molarity is a measure of concentration. As an example, 1M NaOH solution contains 40g of NaOH in one litre of water (1000g) and thus the concentration would be 4% NaOH.


Molarity = moles of solute/volume of solution Find moles NaCl 55 grams NaCl (1mol NaCl/58.44 grams) = 0.941 moles NaCl Molarity = 0.941 moles NaCl/35 Liters = 0.027 Molarity NaCl ( sounds reasonable as 55 grams is not much in 35 Liters of water, which would be about 17.5 2 liter sodas )


It would mean that you have use too much NaOH to titrate your solution, causing your calculated molarity to be on the higher end of the scale.


Almost exactly 1 M - to be exactly 1.0M would require 58.5 g NaCl



Nothing. There would be no gradient between the cell and the solution.


Orange juice from concentrate would be a solution, although real orange juice is neither a solution or a suspension. The major difference between solution and suspension is that a solution is a homogeneous mixture, and a suspension is heterogeneous.


The molarity of sodium chloride in a solution containing 0.50 mol of sodium chloride in 500 mL of water would be 1M. 0.50 moles in 500mls means there are 1.0 moles in 1 liter.


No the egg cannot grow as Osmosis is when water moves from low concentrate to high concentrate through a semi permeable membrane. The egg could have shrunk but is it had been put into some other solution it would have grown.


Let's use a can of frozen orange juice concentrate as an analogy: The concentrated solution would be the orange juice in its "concentrate form". If you were to let that frozen orange juice melt without adding water, it would have a much thicker consistency that juice, and it would have a much stronger taste. When we add water to this solution, it becomes dilute because we have made the solution much milder, and more of a liquid.



"Normality" refers to the activity of a reagent: gram equivelant dissolve in a liter? "Molarity" refers the numbers of moles of the solute present per litre of the solution. "Molality" refers the numbers of moles of solute present in 1000 grams of the solvent. Thus, for hydrochloric acid (HCl) and sodium hydroxide (NaOH) the normality is equal to the molarity. But for dibasic substances like sulfuric acid (H2SO4) or barium hydroxide Ba(OH)2, the normality is twice the molarity. For a tribasic substance, normality would be three times the molarity and so forth.Molarity measures the number of moles of a substance present in per liter of solution. Normality is basically a measure of concentration that is in the mixture of solution.


The process for preparing specific volume of a dilute solution would include molarity and volume. The person doing the experiment would use the equation V1=M2*M2/M1.


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There would be 117g of NaCl in 1000 ml or 1 liter. The MWt of NaCl is 58.5 so 117/58.5 is 2.00 - so the molarity is 2.00 moles per liter of NaCl


Is that 50 millimolarity? Thin that would be 0.05 Molarity Molarity = moles of solute/Liters of solution so, one needs to know how much volume or how much mass to help you.


All that would happen is the solute would not absorb into the solution and it would spill off eventually.


Concentration relates the amount of solute to the amount of solvent. For instance, in a salt water solution, salt is the solute and water is the solvent. A way to measure the concentration of a chemical would be molarity or M. The molarity stands for the moles of solute in the liters of solvent.



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