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Molarity of Compounds example question

How many milliliters of 1-butanol, CH3CH2CH2CH2OH, (d = 0.810 g/mL) are required to prepare 725 mL of a 0.350 M aqueous solution of this solute?

 

Solution to this Compound Molarity practice problem is given in the video below!



 

 

Molarity of Ions example problem

Seawater is essentially 0.438 M NaCl and 0.0512 M MgCl2, together with several other minor solutes. What are the molarities of Na+, Mg2+, Cl in seawater?

 

Solution to this Ion Molarity practice problem is given in the video below!



 


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