What mass of strontum nitrate would a chemist need to

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Unformatted text preview: = n/V = 0.02 mol /0.250 L = 0.8 mol L ­1 Volumetric flask •  A narrow ­necked flask which can be used to prepare an accurately known volume of soluTon •  A graduaTon mark high on it s neck •  When filled up to the mark , the flask contains the volume given on the flask s label Using a volumetric flask Source: Blackman et al (2008), Chemistry, p86 For you to try… •  StronTum nitrate, Sr(NO3)2, is used in fireworks to produce brilliant red colours. What mass of stronTum nitrate would a chemist need to prepare 250.0 mL of a 0.100 M Sr(NO3)2 soluTon? (M(Sr (NO3)2 ) = 311.64 g mol...
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