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7. If you have 56.8 mL of a 0.150M solution of sucrose, how many moles of sucrose do you have?

8. You have a 2.50M solution of lithium nitrate (68.946 g/mol). What volume of solution would you need to take to get 0.342moles of your solute?

9. You have a 2.50M solution of lithium nitrate (68.946 g/mol). What volume of solution would you need to take to get 40.5g of your solute?

10. If you dissolve 0.456 moles of solute in 250.0mL of solution, what is the concentration of your solution?3.png2.png1.png

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17. If you dilute 2.00mL of a 1.50M solution to achieve a final concentration of 0.350M, what is the volume in mL of the final solution? Answer: 18. What mass of sucrose would be needed to make 500.0mL of a 2.50M solution? Answer: 19. You take 5.0 mL of a 1.50M solution of sucrose and dilute it to 250.0mL. What is the mass of sucrose in 100.0 mL of the diluted solution? Answer: 20. You take 2.5 mL of a 1.00M solution of lithium nitrate and dilute it to 500.0mL. What is the concentration of your diluted solution? Answer:

12. You have 200.0mL of a 0.455M solution of sucrose. What mass of sucrose do you have? Answer: 13. What is the mass of 4.27 moles of lithium nitrate? Answer: 14. How many moles are there in 284.7g water? Answer: 15. What mass of sucrose would you need to make 25.00mL of a 0.500M solution of sucrose? Answer: 16. You have a 3.48M stock solution of table salt. How much of this solution (mL) would you need to use to make 250.0mL of a 1.26M solution? Answer:

7. If you have 56.8 mL of a 0.150M solution of sucrose, how many moles of sucrose do you have? Answer: 8. You have a 2.50M solution of lithium nitrate (68.946 g/mol). What volume of solution would you need to take to get 0.342moles of your solute? Answer: 9. You have a 2.50M solution of lithium nitrate (68.946 g/mol). What volume of solution would you need to take to get 40.5g of your solute? Answer: 10. If you dissolve 0.456 moles of solute in 250.0mL of solution, what is the concentration of your solution? Answer:

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7. If you have 56.8 mL of a 0.150M solution of sucrose, how many moles of sucrose do you have? Answer: 8. You have a 2.50M solution of lithium
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