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posted by ken on .
10L of hard water required 5.6g of lime for removing hardness. Hence temporary hardness in ppm of cac03.
The answer 1000
I think ppm= 1mg/1L
10L x 100g/mol cac03 = 1000
Who check it for me step by step
Thank all tutors for your help.
How many ml of a 0.05M kmno4 solution are required to oxide 2g of fes04 in a dilute solution.
1. Why do you think 1000 ppm is the correct answer for #1?
2. Balance the redox part. The other parts of the equation (H2O, H^+, SO4^2-, etc) do not need to be balanced.
a. KMnO4 + 5FeSO4 ==> Mn^2+ + 5Fe^3+
(Mn changes from +7 on the left to +2 on the right for the gain of 5 electrons. Fe is +2 on the left and +3 on the right for the loss of 1 electron so it must be multiplied by 5 to obtain 5 electrons lost.)
b. Convert 2g FeSO4 to mols. mols FeSO4 = grams/molar mass = 2/about 152 = about 0.0132
c. Convert 0.0132 mols FeSO4 to mols KMnO4 using the coefficients in the balanced equation.
0.0132 mols FeSO4 x (1 mol KMnO4/5 mols FeSO4) = 0.0132 x (1/5) = about 0.00263
d. M KMnO4 = mols KMnO4/L KMnO4 or rearrange to
L KMnO4 = mols KMnO4/M KMnO4 = about 0.00263 mols/0.05M = about 0.0527 L = about 52.7 mL.
You should go through the calculations and refine them. I've estimated here and there but the 52.7 mL is close.
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