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Homework Help: Chemistry

Posted by Bob on Sunday, April 3, 2011 at 4:51pm.

This is for a lab about determining the equilibrium constant.
Given: 5.00mL of .203M Fe(NO3)3 mixed with 100mL of .00205M KSCN in a .5M HNO3 solvent for both solutions. Resulting absorbance for solution is .315.

How can i find the total Fe, [Fe*] and SCN, [SCN*] in the system without determining equilibrium values of [FeSCN+2], [Fe+3], and [SCN-].

What i know so far is that:
Fe+3 + SCN- makes FeSCN+2
[Fe*] = [Fe+3] + [FeSCN+2]
[SCN*] = [SCN-] + [FeSCN+2]

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