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What volume of 0.025 M sodium bromide, NaBr, contains 2.0 ´ 10-4 mole of Br-?

a. 0.040 L
b. 0.080 L
c. 4.0 mL
d. 8.0 mL
e. 16 mL

  1. drwls

    2*10^-4 mole = V (liters)*0.025 mole/liter=

    V = 0.008 l = 8 ml

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