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5 March, 18:59

How many mols of silver nitrate should be used to create 0.250 L of a 0.500 M solution?

If you have 0.55 mols of NaCl and need to make a solution that is 0.0100 M, what volume of solution will you need?

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  1. 5 March, 20:36
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    1. 0.125mole of silver is required

    2. 55mL of NaCl will be required

    Explanation:

    1. Molarity = 0.5M

    Volume = 0.250 L

    Mole = ?

    Molarity = mole / Volume

    Mole = Molarity x Volume

    Mole = 0.5 x 0.250

    Mole = 0.125mole

    Therefore, 0.125mole of silver is required

    2. Molarity = 0.01M

    Mole = 0.55mole

    Volume = ?

    Molarity = mole / Volume

    Volume = mole / Molarity

    Volume = 0.55/0.01

    Volume = 55mL

    Therefore, 55mL of NaCl will be required
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