Step1: In order to dilute a stock solution, we have to use the following dilution equation, M V1=1 V 2 2 -----------(1) Here, M and V are the molarity and volume of the concentrated stock solution whereas M and 1 1 2 V2re the molarity and volume of the diluted solution. Step2: a) In the above problem, let us consider the stock solution of HNO to be concentrated 3 solution and the solution of HNO to be prepar3 as dilute solution. Therefore, M (concentrated) = 6.0 M 1 V 1oncentrated) = M 2ilute) = 0.500 M V (dilute) = 110 mL 2 Putting these values in equation (1), we get, 6.0 M X V = 0.500 M X 110 mL 1 6.0 M X V = 551M x mL) V 1...

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Problem 74E
Determine whether each compound is soluble or insoluble. For the soluble compounds, list the ions present in solution.a. AgIb. Cu3(PO4)2c. CoCO3d. K3PO4

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