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When 5.88 g of CaO(s) is completely dissolved by HBr(aq),

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Problem 94P

Problem 94P

When 5.88 g of CaO(s) is completely dissolved by HBr(aq), how many grams of CaBr2(aq) form in solution?

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Solution:

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Here we have to calculate the mass of CaBr2(aq) form in solution. 

Given:

Mass of CaO  = 5.88 g

CaO + 2HBr  CaBr2 + H2O

Moles = mass solute/ molecular mass = 5.88/ 56.0774 = 0.104 moles

1 mole of CaO has formed 1 mole of CaBr2(aq)

Thus the ratio is 1:1 of CaO:CaBr2 

Hence 0.104 moles of CaBr2 produced  200g/mole = 20.8g CaBr2 produced

Thus 20.8 g of CaBr2 has produced

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Textbook: Introductory Chemistry
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Author: Nivaldo J Tro
ISBN: 9780321910295

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