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Unformatted text preview: limiting reactant given. Molarity Molarity = moles / liter or M = n / V Dilutions Moles will be equal for solutions 1 and 2. Solution 1 is the solution you have, and solution 2 is the solution you are making. (soln = solution) Step 1: Find the number of moles using soln 2. M 2 x V 2 = n Step 2: The number of moles for both solns is equal. Step 3: Find the volume of soln 1 using the moles and M of soln 1 given. n / M 1 = V 1 Step 4 (optional): Find the volume of water to add by subtracting. V 2 – V 1 = V water: Saturation Solvent runs out of “space” to store solute • Under Saturation- capable of dissolving more solute • Supper Saturation- contains more of dissolved solute Solution Homogeneous mix of solute and solvent • Solute- smaller quantity; chemical that is being dissolved • Solvent- what dissolves the solute...
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This note was uploaded on 12/24/2011 for the course ECON 2023 taught by Professor Mike during the Spring '11 term at Bob Jones University.
- Spring '11