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Calculate the mass percent of a solution that is prepared by adding 53.9 g of NaOH to 426 g of H2O




Calculate the mass percent of a NaCl solution in which 189 g of NaCl is dissolved in 1.38 L of water at 25 ∘C (density = 0.997 g/mL).




Calculate the molar concentration for each of the following solutions.

  1. 2.00 g KCl in 55.0 mL of solution
  2. 2.00 g Na2CrO4 in 55.0 mL of solution
  3. 20.0 gMgBr2 in 340.0 mL of solution
  4. 20.0 g Li2CO3 in 340.0 mL of solution


What volume of each of the following solutions contains the indicated amount of dissolved solute?

  1. 50.0 g solute in 0.375 NaF
  2. 50.0 g  solute in 0.375 M CdCl2
  3. 50.0 g solute in 0.406 M K2CO3
  4. 50.0 g solute in 0.406 M Fe(ClO3)3

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1) mass percent of a solution = 11.23 % 2) mass percent of a NaCl solution = 12.08 % Calculate the molar concentration for... View the full answer

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