1a) a student, in order to confirm the empirical stoichiometry of yttrium(III) nitrate, prepared a solution of the metal salt by dissolving 0.7168g...
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1a) a student, in order to confirm the empirical stoichiometry of

yttrium(III) nitrate, prepared a solution of the metal salt by dissolving 0.7168g of yttrium(III) nitrate hexahydrate in a 200mL volumetric flask with distilled, deionized water. The student also prepared a solution of sodium hydroxide by volumetrically diluting 50mL of 0.5211M sodium hydroxide to 250mL. Calculate the concentrations of both solutions. What volume of the yttrium nitrate solution would be required to produce a minimum of 5.0 x 10-4 moles of yttrium?


1b) Write the balanced chemical equation, the "complete" and net ionic equations for the reaction of yttrium(III) nitrate and sodium hydroxide.

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