I don't know that you can. K2HPO4 is a solid. The volume taken up by a solid depends upon particle size. Technically, if you follow the question really close, there is no K2HPO4 is a teaspoon or a tablespoon. Metals or plastic, yes. KH2PO4, no.
I'm trying to figure out the formula for one liter of 1M K2HPO4 (Potassium Phosphate Dibasic). I know the amount of K2HPO4 is 174.18grams and you make it to equal one liter with dH2O, but I can't find where anyone has actually
A volume of 12.47 mL of 0.1080 M NaOH solution was used to titrate a 0.583 g sample of unknown containing K2HPO4. What is the percent by mass of K2HPO4 in the unknown? In this problem what mass of sample in grams would be needed
Using stocks of 0.1 M KH2PO4 and 0.1 M K2HPO4 how much 0.1 M K2HPO4 is needed to prepare 20 mL of a buffer solution at pH 7.2. The pKa of phosphate is 6.82. I know to solve for the ratio using henderson hasselbach but im lots
each tablespoon of the liquid contains 95mg of aluminum hydroxide and 412mg of magnesium carbonate.how many moles of hydronium ion can be neutralized by one tablespoon of it?al(oh)3 =78g/mol ;mgCo3 =84.3 g/mol