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Unformatted text preview: 3+ solution. Mass of FeCl 3 0.100 g Volume of FeCl 3 solution 100.0 mL Volume of FeCl 3 solution titrated 10.00 mL Volume of PbI 2 solution required to reach end point 24.35 mL Using this data, complete the problems on the next page. Solubility Product Determination 8 Calculate the molarity of the FeCl 3 solution. Calculate how many moles of Fe 3+ are contained in the 10.00 mL of FeCl 3 solution used in the titration. Calculate how many moles of I – from the saturated PbI 2 solution were reacted with the Fe 3+ . Calculate how many moles of Pb 2+ were present in the saturated solution. Calculate the molarity of the I – in the saturated solution. Calculate the molarity of Pb 2+ in the saturated solution. Calculate the K sp for PbI 2 solid....
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2010 for the course UNKNOWN sadf taught by Professor Cde during the Spring '10 term at PA Culinary.
- Spring '10