Calculate the concentration in moles per liter (M) of a solution that contains 0.65 mol0.65 mol AuCl3AuCl3 and has a volume of 0.44 L0.44 L.Calculate the concentration in moles per liter (M) of a solution that contains 0.91 mol Co(No3)2 and has a volume of 0.2 L.Calculate the concentration in moles per liter (M) of a solution that contains 0.16 mol K2Cr2O4 and has a volume of 0.76 L.

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Asked Oct 15, 2019

Calculate the concentration in moles per liter (M) of a solution that contains 0.65 mol0.65 mol AuCl3AuCl3 and has a volume of 0.44 L0.44 L.

Calculate the concentration in moles per liter (M) of a solution that contains 0.91 mol Co(No3)2 and has a volume of 0.2 L.

Calculate the concentration in moles per liter (M) of a solution that contains 0.16 mol K2Cr2O4 and has a volume of 0.76 L.

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Molarity of AuCl3 in 0.44L of solution is calculated as,

Molesof AuCl
Molarity=
Volumein L
0.65mol
=1.48M
0.44L
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Molesof AuCl Molarity= Volumein L 0.65mol =1.48M 0.44L

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Molarity of Co(NO3)2 in 0.2L of solution...

Molesof Co NO
Molarity=
Volumein L
0.91mol
4.55 M
0.2L
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Molesof Co NO Molarity= Volumein L 0.91mol 4.55 M 0.2L

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