Asked Mar 24, 2020

what is the concentration of a solution if you dissolve 2.1 g of NaBr to give a final solution volume of 5.0 L?




Expert Answer

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Concentration = moles of solute (i.e NaBr here) / volume of solution in L

Since moles = mass/ molar mass 

molar mass of NaBr = 103 gm/mol


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