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# Molar problem of Iron(III)nitrate

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If you want to make 2.5 liters of a 1.2 Molar solution of Iron(III)nitrate, how many grams of Iron(III) nitrate would you need to weigh out?

This is a beginners easy class, so the teacher keeps it simple and not complex. We figure out the problems using conversion factors and I want to know how to set it up and how to get the right answer on my calculator. I have done the problem and am hoping that i got the right answer .

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This problem is mostly based on keeping track of the units. Since we know that Molarity is in moles/liter, and we know how many liters we have, then we ...

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Detailed solution to a problem pertaining to a molar solution. The equation and steps are laid out for an easy to follow solution.

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