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an aqueous solution solution of sodium borate is sometimes used to to fire-proof wood.
a. what is the molarity of 2.50 L of solution that contains 1.85 moles of sodium borate?

b. what is the molarity of 45.0 L of solution that contains 6.78 kg of sodium borate?

c. how manny moles of sodium borate are in 600.0 mL of a 1.57 M sodium borate solution?

d. a chemist needs 50.8 g of sodium borste for a reaction. How many mL of 1.87 M solution contain this mass?

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    An aqueous solution solution of sodium borate is sometimes used to to fire-proof wood.
    a. what is the molarity of 2.50 L of solution that contains 1.85 moles of sodium borate?
    M = mols/L

    b. what is the molarity of 45.0 L of solution that contains 6.78 kg of sodium borate?
    Convert kg to grams, then
    mols sodium borate = grams/molar mass.
    Then M = mols/L


    c. how many moles of sodium borate are in 600.0 mL of a 1.57 M sodium borate solution?
    mols = M x L

    d. a chemist needs 50.8 g of sodium borste for a reaction. How many mL of 1.87 M solution contain this mass?
    How many mols do you need? That's mols = grams/molar mass. solve for mols. Then
    M = mols/L; rearrange to L = mols/M. You have mol and M, solve for L and convert to mL.

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