Hydrate Formula and Gravimetric of Cloride
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1. Given that moles of water loss = Weight of water / GMW H2O (=18.051 ) and moles of CuSO4 = final weight/ GMW CuSO4 (=159.61)
:Initial Weight: 116.877g (cooper II sulfate hydrate 30g + water )
:Final Weight: 19.177g (after heat compound with burner)
:Weight of Water driven off (Initial weight - final weight) : 97.7g
X = moles of water loss/ moles of CuSO4
Given that hydrate is: CuSO4 (XH2O)
What is the formula of the hydrate?
2. Given that initial unknown chloride sample weight (g): 5g, and Weight of AgCl precipitate: 21.987g, and approximate volume of AgNO3 solution added (ml): 1M
Moles of AgCl = ( AgCl precipitate mass/143.32 ):
Weight of Cl- in XCl sample = (moles of AgCl)x(atomic weight of Cl- = 35.4527) :
% Cl- in sample = (weight of Cl- in XCl sample / weight of XCl sample) x 100 % :
What happened as excess AgNO3 solution was added to the XCl solution?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com May 24, 2023, 1:20 pm ad1c9bdddf
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