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Aqueous_Solutions_WS_Answers - +2 , 0.332 M OH-1 36. 1.84 M...

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Aqueous Solutions WS Answers 3. a) 2 mol Al and 3 mol SO 4 b) 6 mol Mg and 4 mol PO 4 6. (b) PbSO 4 , (c) MgSO 3 , (d) Ag 2 O 10. a) unsaturated b) supersaturated c) saturated d) unsaturated 15. c) 2Ag +1 (aq) + 2ClO 4 -1 (aq) + 2Na +1 (aq) + CrO 4 -2 (aq) Ag 2 CrO 4(s) + 2Na +1 (aq) + 2ClO 4 -1 (aq) 2Ag +1 (aq) + CrO 4 -2 (aq) Ag 2 CrO 4(s) 21. 1.49% 22. 15.77% 23. 0.375 mol 26. 8.81% 27. 100 ppm 29. 0.542 M 30. a) 0.873 M b) 1.40 M c) 12.4 L d) 41.3 g e) 0.294 M f) 0.024 mol g) 310 mL h) 49.0 g i) 2.00 mL 35. 0.166 M Ba
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Unformatted text preview: +2 , 0.332 M OH-1 36. 1.84 M 38. 1.32 g/mL 39. 0.833 L 41. add 313 mL of 0.800 M NaOH to water for a total volume of 1 L 43. 0.140 M 44. 720 mL 46. 2.86 Ml 48. 4.29 g 50. 145 g 51. 4.08 L 53. 0.653 l 55. 1.75 g MoleFraction/Molality 1. 2.5 M (a & b) 6. 881 g 2. 7.06 M 7. 0.012, 0.00358 3. 15.8 g 8. 6.27 m 4. 0.187 kg 9. a) 5.55 m, 0.091 b) 4m, 0.067 c) 4.35 m, 0.073 5. 1.00 m...
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