Molarity = Moles of solute (salt)/Liters of solution (salt water) Once you have moles, convert to grams using the molar mass of the salt. Next time, post a question with numbers! :P
Complete and balance the molecular equation, including phases, for the reaction of aqueous copper(II) chloride, CuCl2, and aqueous potassium phosphate, K3PO4. Balance the net ionic equation, including phases, for this reaction.
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Mr. Green teaches band, choir, and math. This year, he has 57 students that take at least one of his classes. He teaches band to 25 students. There are 48 students who take either band or choir or both. There are 9 students who take both math and choir with Mr. Green. Use the ...
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Okay. This is the question: If 130.943 g of a liquid occupy a space of 135.0 ml, what is the density of the liquid in g/cm3? And this is my answer: 0.9699481g/ml 481 is repeating
Wait! I'm a bit confused. Let me try and do the problem and you check it for me please?
How do you convert "ml" to grams. 1. 135.0ml to grams
I got D= 2.843081g/cm^3 ^(Repeats)