I Review I Constants I PIII LI IS LILI alivin, ti e connceIILI aliun UI Dase iS KNOWN aliu Can Ue useu LU Caiculale e uiKNLearning Goal:concentration:To calculate the concentration of a solution usingmoles of base moles of acidconcentration of baseconcentracid-base titration data.In an acid-base titration an acid (or base) ofknown concentration is aaded to a base (or acid) ofunknown concentration until the number of moles ofH and OH are equal, a condition called theequivalence point. Since you know the number ofmoles of HT (or OH) that you added, you canPart AHow many moles of Ba(OH)2 are present in 205 mL of 0.600 M Ba(OH),?Express your answer with the appropriate units.determine the number of moles of OH(or H) inView Available Hint(s)the unknown solution.For example, a solution containing 1 mol ofH2 SO4 contains 2 mol of ionizable hydrogenatoms, and would therefore require 2 mol ofNaOH for neutralization.A?M0.123Previous Answers Request AnswerSubmitIncorrect; Try Again; 4 attempts remainingXEnter your answer using units of amount of substance.P PearsonCopyright O 2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved.| Terms of Use | Privacy Policy, I Permissions | Contact

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I Review I Constants I P
III LI IS LILI alivin, ti e connceIILI aliun UI Dase iS KNOWN aliu Can Ue useu LU Caiculale e uiKN
Learning Goal:
concentration:
To calculate the concentration of a solution using
moles of base moles of acid
concentration of base
concentr
acid-base titration data.
In an acid-base titration an acid (or base) of
known concentration is aaded to a base (or acid) of
unknown concentration until the number of moles of
H and OH are equal, a condition called the
equivalence point. Since you know the number of
moles of HT (or OH) that you added, you can
Part A
How many moles of Ba(OH)2 are present in 205 mL of 0.600 M Ba(OH),?
Express your answer with the appropriate units.
determine the number of moles of OH
(or H) in
View Available Hint(s)
the unknown solution.
For example, a solution containing 1 mol of
H2 SO4 contains 2 mol of ionizable hydrogen
atoms, and would therefore require 2 mol of
NaOH for neutralization.
A
?
M
0.123
Previous Answers Request Answer
Submit
Incorrect; Try Again; 4 attempts remaining
X
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I Review I Constants I P III LI IS LILI alivin, ti e connceIILI aliun UI Dase iS KNOWN aliu Can Ue useu LU Caiculale e uiKN Learning Goal: concentration: To calculate the concentration of a solution using moles of base moles of acid concentration of base concentr acid-base titration data. In an acid-base titration an acid (or base) of known concentration is aaded to a base (or acid) of unknown concentration until the number of moles of H and OH are equal, a condition called the equivalence point. Since you know the number of moles of HT (or OH) that you added, you can Part A How many moles of Ba(OH)2 are present in 205 mL of 0.600 M Ba(OH),? Express your answer with the appropriate units. determine the number of moles of OH (or H) in View Available Hint(s) the unknown solution. For example, a solution containing 1 mol of H2 SO4 contains 2 mol of ionizable hydrogen atoms, and would therefore require 2 mol of NaOH for neutralization. A ? M 0.123 Previous Answers Request Answer Submit Incorrect; Try Again; 4 attempts remaining X Enter your answer using units of amount of substance. P Pearson Copyright O 2019 Pearson Education Inc. All rights reserved.| Terms of Use | Privacy Policy, I Permissions | Contact

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Given Volume of Ba(OH)2=205mL Molarity of BaOH)2 =0.600M

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