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14 ml of acidic solvent the molarity of your stock

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Unformatted text preview: ly 35 mL of acidic solvent. Please enter the precise volume in milliliters of the acidic solvent used to prepare the solution (e.g. 35.02). Your precision should be to a hundredth of a milliliter. If you weighed out 203 mg of the green chloro complex and dissolved it in 35.14 mL of acidic solvent, the molarity of your stock solution would be 0.0202 M. Using your precise value of mass and volume that you entered above, please enter your calculated value for the concentration of the original green chloro complex stock solution in moles per liter. Please enter the value of the wavelength in nanometers of the maximum absorbance for the GREEN solution. Please enter the value of the wavelength in nanometers of the maximum absorbance for the RED solution. The original red stock solution has the same concentration as the green stock solution since one mole of the red aquo complex forms for each mole of the green chloro complex that is converted. Therefore, the concentrations of the two sets of four diluted solutions, the red and gre...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2013 for the course CHE CHE 2C taught by Professor Nasiri during the Spring '07 term at UC Davis.

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