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Prepare 0.03 mole fraction solution of NaOH in water
Total volume of solution is 100ml

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  1. How to prepare?

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    posted by Faisal
  2. You want XNaOH = 0.03. Then
    0.03 = mols NaOH/[mols NaOH +(mols H2O-mols NaOH)]
    If you let y stand for mols NaOH, this becomes
    0.03 = y/[y+(100/18)-y]
    Solve for y = mols NaOH. Post your work if you get stuck.

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