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## Chemistry 110B Quiz 2

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# Chemistry 110B Quiz 2 CHEM 110

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Finding Molarity in in solutions and finding concentration.
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Introduction to Chemistry
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Melissa G. Ely
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Date Created: 04/03/16
Quiz 7 Molarity of ions in solution: Any soluble ionic compound really exists as ions in solution so you may want the concentration. Equation for Molarity: Moles/Leter = Molarity +3 - 1. 0.20 M Al(NO ) 3 3ou want M of Al and NO 3 a. Al : 0.20 mol Al(NO ) 3 3 1 mol Al +3 = 0.20 M Al +3 +3 1 mol Al(NO )3 3 (only 1 mole for Al because Al(NO )3 3s 1 Al) +3 - - b. Al : 0.20 mol Al(NO ) 3 3 3 mol NO 3 = 0.60 M NO 3 1 mol Al(NO )3 3 (3 mole for NO 3-because Al(NO )3 3s the 3 outside the parenthesis, the other 3 does not count since it is already a part of the compound) Conversion of Molarity to Moles: Volume (L)*Molarity = moles of solution 1. 75.0 mL (turn to L by moving the decimal three times to the left) of + 0.15 M K P3 so4ution, what is the moles of K + + a. 0.0750 L K PO3 4 0.15 M K P3 4 3 mol K = 0.034 mol K 1 L 1 mol K 3O 4 Dilution Problems: Adding pure solvent to a solution and, because you’re increasing the volume of the solution, the molarity will decrease. M = Mol (Number of moles does not normally change) / L (changes as volume Increases and molarity decreases) Basic Dilution equation: M V = M 1 1ith M 2 2olarity, V = volume + - Method: Since H is left over then it must have been the excess reagent. Thus OH - + was the limiter. Need moles of OH at the start to find moles H used up since it will + + equal the limiting reagent. Moles of H used = Moles H start – leftover.

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