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Homework Help: chem

Posted by kim on Sunday, April 22, 2007 at 9:01am.

how many ions do each produce when in a 1.0M solution

CH3COOH
Ca(NO3)2
NaNO3
NaCl
H2SO4

To figure out this you have to be able to dissociate each one and multiply the amount of ions you get by the molarity. I believe NaCl would look like: Na+ + Cl- and because the molarity is one, you multiple it by 1. So it would be two ions, I believe.

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