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An exercise in lab requires you to make 500 mL of 2.3M beryllium sulfide solution. How many moles of beryllium sulfide will you need 

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Given

Volume of the solution = 500ml

Molarity of the solution = 2.3M

Step 2

Molarity is the number of moles in the unit volume of solution

no of moles
Molarity
volume of solution (in litres)
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Since the molarity of the solution is given alon...

rearranging the equation
no of moles molarity x volume(in litres)
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