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If I make a solution by adding 83 grams of sodium hydroxide to 750 mL of
water…
a)
What is the molality of sodium hydroxide in this solution?
b)
What is the percent by mass of sodium hydroxide in this solution?
c)
What is the mole fraction of sodium hydroxide in this solution?
2)
If I make a solution by adding water to 35 mL of methanol (CH
3
OH) until
the final volume of the solution is 275 mL…
a)
What is the molarity of methanol in this solution? (The density of
methanol is 0.792 g/mL)
b)
What is the percent by volume of methanol in this solution?
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1)
If I make a solution by adding 83 grams of sodium hydroxide to 750 mL of
water…
To solve problem 1, you need to have calculated for various parts
that there are 2.08 moles of NaOH (which has a molar mass of 40
g/mol), that there are 750 grams of water (which has a density of 1 g/
mL), and that there are 41.67 moles of water (which has a molar mass
of 18 g/mol).
a)
What is the molality of sodium hydroxide in this solution?
2.77 m (2.08 mol / 0.75 kg water)
b)
What is the percent by mass of sodium hydroxide in this solution?
9.96% (found by finding 83 g / 833 g and multiplying by 100%)
c)
What is the mole fraction of sodium hydroxide in this solution?
0.0475
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 Fall '09
 JULIAKOVACS
 Chemistry, Mole, Sodium, Chemical reaction, Sodium hydroxide, Cavalcade Publishing

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