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(a) How many milliliters of 53.4 (0.4) wt% NaOH with a density of 1.52 (0.01) g/mL will

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Problem 3-B

(a) How many milliliters of 53.4 (0.4) wt% NaOH with a density of 1.52 (0.01) g/mL will you need to prepare 2.000 L of 0.169 M NaOH? (b) If the uncertainty in delivering NaOH is 0.01 mL, calculate the absolute uncertainty in the molarity (0.169 M). Assume there is negligible uncertainty in the formula mass of NaOH and in the final volume (2.000 L). 3-

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Predicating a chemical reaction l Formation of a solid l Formation of water l Transfer of electrons l Formation of a gas l Change in heat energy is observed or felt through heat or light l Exothermic: heat is released l Endothermic: heat is absorbed l Permanent color change Catalyst: if one is added to a reaction, the reaction goes faster but the catalyst does not become part of the reaction Precipitation: a chemical reaction that forms a solid l Precipitate: solid that forms l Precipitation reaction: the reaction l Ionic compound dissolved in water l When a solid containing ions dissolves in water, the ions separate and move around independently l Ions must be present in water for a current to flow l Strong electrolyte: a substan

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(a) How many milliliters of 53.4 (0.4) wt% NaOH with a density of 1.52 (0.01) g/mL will