An aqueous solution containing both Sr2+ and CO32– ions is mixed in order to precipitate SrCO3(s). Given there are 1.50 mL of 2.53 MSr2+ ions, calculate the mass of SrCO3 that is formed. Assume that all of the Sr2+ ions are consumed. The net ionic reaction is shown below.Sr^2+(aq)+CO2^−3​(aq) --> SrCO3​(s)____ g

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An aqueous solution containing both Sr2+ and CO32– ions is mixed in order to precipitate SrCO3(s). Given there are 1.50 mL of 2.53 MSr2+ ions, calculate the mass of SrCO3 that is formed. Assume that all of the Sr2+ ions are consumed. The net ionic reaction is shown below.

Sr^2+(aq)+CO2^−3​(aq) --> SrCO3​(s)

____ g

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Step 1

The given balanced reaction is,

Sr2+(aq)
co (aq)
SrCO3(s)
Volume 1.50mL
Molarity 2.53M
moles (1.50mL) (2.53M)
=3.8x10 moles
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Sr2+(aq) co (aq) SrCO3(s) Volume 1.50mL Molarity 2.53M moles (1.50mL) (2.53M) =3.8x10 moles

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Step 2

Hence, 1 mole of Sr2+ produces 1 mole of SrCO3, then

3.8x10-3 moles of Sr2+produces ‘x’ moles of SrCO3

The moles of SrCO3 is calculated as shown,

...
(1moles of SICO, )(3.8x103mole of Sr2
Moles of SrCO3
(Imole of Sr
=3.8x 10 moleprodu ced.
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(1moles of SICO, )(3.8x103mole of Sr2 Moles of SrCO3 (Imole of Sr =3.8x 10 moleprodu ced.

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