A 30.0ml sample of a solution of NaCLO3 that contains 1.06 g of NaClO3 is to react with a solution of I2. What is the molarity of the NaClO3 solution? Also, what mass of Molybdenum3 oxide, Mo2O3 will be completely oxided to potassium molybdenum, K2MoO4 by 35.Oml of .200 MkMnO4.
An impure 0.500 gram sample of FeSO4 reacts with 20.0 ml of 0.0200 M KMnO4 Assuming that the impurities do not react with KMnO4 what is the percentage of FeSO4? The equation given is MnO4- +8H +5Fe+2 -------->Mn2 +5F3+ + 4H2O so far I got: .0200l *.0200M MnO4- =4*10-4 Moles of MnO4 How do I get to the moles of Fe?
A 0.500 gram mixture of Cu2O and CuO contains 0.425 grams of Cu. What is the mass of CuO in the mixture? I have the answer it is .21 grams of CuO I just need a formula and step by step instructions on how to arrive at this answer. I would love this answer back as soon as possible thank you. -Paul L. Hollis
What is the molarity of 2500ml of a solution that contains 160 grams of ammonium nitrate? How do you set this problem up instrucrtor gave answer as .800M? How do you calculate the molality of a solution that contains 51.2 g Naphthalene, C10H8,in 500ml of carbon tetrachloride. The density of CCl4 is 1.60g/ml?
Copper 2 ions can be determined by the net reaction 2Cu +2I- + 2S2O3)2----->2Cu(s)+S4O6)2- A 2.115-g sample containing CuCO4 and excess KI is titrated with 32.55ml of o.1214M solution of NA2S2O3. What is the percent CuSO4? (159.6/g mole in the sample)
1. Write the equation for the decomposition of the hydrate, CuSO2*XH2O. 2. Record the following masses: (a) mass of the empty crucible (g): 53.200g (b) mass of the crucible and hydrate (g): 58.200g (c) mass of the crucible and pure salt (g): 56.396g 3. Calculate the following: (a) mass of wa
1. Record and calculate the following: (a) Mass of copper used in the reaction (g) 114.815g (b) Moles of copper used in the reaction (a simple stoichiometric conversion of mass to moles using the molar mass for copper of 63.5 g/mol. Show your work). (b) Mass of beaker and dry silver (g) 313.867
Question 11.2 Which one of the following does not occur as diatomic molecules in elemental form? Bromine Nitrogen Hydrogen Sulfur Oxygen Question 12.2 Sulfur forms an ion with a charge of _______. +3
Question 1 If matter is uniform throughout and cannot be separated into other substances by physical means, it is _______. a compound an element a homogeneous mixture either an element or a compound a heterogeneous mixture
A solution is prepared by dissolving 3.50 grams of NH4Cl in enough water to make 250 mL of solution. What is the concentration of this solution please provide step by step instuctions.
An aqueous solution is found to have a density of 1.04g/mL. If the solution was prepared by dissolving 45.0 grams in enough water to make 1.00 L of solution, what is the concentration of the solution expressed as % (w/w)? please provide step by step instructions, Do not know where to begin, or direction
The question reads: Ammonia used to make fertilizers for lawns and gardens is made by reacting nitrogen with hydrogen N2(g) + H2(g) ----> NH3(g) a. Balance the equation (I understand this.) b. Find the number of moles of ammonia formed when 1.34 moles of nitrogen reacts. c. Find the mass in grams of nitrogen r
An unknown element is found to have three naturally occurring isotopes with the following information. Atomic mass Percent abundance 35.9675 0.337% 37.9627 0.063% 39.9824 99.600% Which of the follwoing is the unknown element? a. Cl b. Ca c. K d.
A Compound containing only carbon, hydrogen and oxygen was analyzed and found to contain 70.6% carbon, 5.9% hydrogen, and 23.5% oxygen, by mass. The molecular weight of the compound is 136 amu. What is the molecular formula? a. C8H4O b. C8H8O2 c. C9H12O d. C4H4O e. C5H6O2.
What is the mass of Cu produced if 10.0 g of Cu2S reacts with 16.0 g of O2 as follows: (mass of one mole: Cu= 63.5 g, O = 16.0 g, S = 32.1 g) Cu2S + O2 -> 2Cu = SO2 a. 7.99 g b. 3.99 g c. 65.5 g d. 31.8 g
Boiling Point Elevation. What is the boiling point of a solution made by dissolving 0.7250 grams of C14H10 in 14.50 grams of chloroform (CHCl3)? The normal boiling point for chloroform is 61.70°C and its boiling point elevation constant is 3.63°C/m.
Fill in the blanks and please explain the steps to reach the solution. Experimental quantities: KCLO3 Mass of salt 4.5 - 5.0 g 1st quantity of water 10 g 2nd 2g 3rd 8g 4-5g 5-5g 6-10g Mass of assembly: 29.60 g Mass of assembly + salt+ water after 4th addition: 39.05 g Mass of assembly + salt 33.80 Problem: Mass o
In the equation CaO+3C>CaC2+CO, 75.5 kg of CaO produces 85.9 kg of Calcium carbide. How many moles of carbon are consumed?
1. The phosphine that is produced by the reaction of water on calcium phosphide contains an impurity, another gaseous hydride of phosphorus, this hydryde contains 94% phosphorus and 6% hydrogen by mass. Calculate the emphirical formula using the percentages. 2. At 136.5C and a pressure of 760 mmHg, 0.22g of the hydride occup
For the concentration of hydroxyl radical of 7.5E06 molecules/cm3 and a carbon monoxide concentration of 18 ppm, calculate the rate of its reaction with atmospheric carbon monoxide at 11 degrees C, given that the rate constant for the process is 5E-13 E-300/T molecule-1 cm3 sec-1. Hint: Convert the rate constant to a numerica
A. Explain how to prepare 25 liters of a 0.10 M BaCl2 solution, starting with solid BaCl2. b. Specify the volume of the solution in (a) needed to get 0.020 mol of BaCl2.
Determine the molarity of a solution made by dissolving 20.0 g of NaOH in sufficient water to yield a 482 cm3 solution.
How many H2O molecules are there in a snowflake weighing 1 mg?
Calculate the mass in grams of 2.5 x 10^9 H2O molecules.
Calculate the mass in grams of a single carbon (C) atom.
The element boron consists of two isotopes, 10(superscript), 5(subscript) B and 11(superscript), 5(subscript)B. Their masses, based on the carbon scale, are 10.01 and 11.01, respectively. The abundance of 10(superscript), 5(subscript)B is 20.0% and the abundance of 11(superscript), 5(subscript)B is 80.0%. What is the atomic mass
By the electrolysis of water, 11.2 L oxygen at STP was prepared. A) What charge was required? B)If a current of 0.5A was used how long did it take?
Given that 24.0mL of 0.170 M sodium iodide reacts with 0.209M mercury(II) nitrate solution according to the unbalanced equation: Hg(NO3)2 + NaI gives HgI2 + NaNO3 a) What volume of Hg(NO3)2 is required for complete precipitation? b) What is the mass of HgI2 precipitate?
Calculate the molar solubility of AgCl in a solution made by dissolving 10.0 g of CaCl2 in 5.00 L os solution.
I just need the answer!!!!!!!! Question 36 Multiple Choice 20 points Atoms of the same element with different mass numbers are called: nucleons neutrons allotropes chemical families isotopes Question 37 Multiple Choice 20 points Which is the correct formula for copper(II)