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Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285869759

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Chapter 6, Problem 6.44P
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6-44 If 3.18 g BaCI2 is dissolved in enough solvent to make 500.0 mL of solution, what is the molarity of this solution?

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Chapter 6 Solutions

Introduction to General, Organic and Biochemistry
Ch. 6.8 - Problem 6-11 Which aqueous solution would have the...Ch. 6.8 - Problem 6-12 Calculate the boiling point of a...Ch. 6.8 - Problem 6-13 What is the osmolarity of a 3.3% w/v...Ch. 6.8 - Problem 6-14 Which solution is isotonic compared...Ch. 6 - 6-15 Answer true or false. (a) A solute is the...Ch. 6 - 6-16 Answer true or false. (a) Solubility is a...Ch. 6 - 6-17 Vinegar is a homogeneous aqueous solution...Ch. 6 - 6-18 Suppose you prepare a solution by dissolving...Ch. 6 - 6-19 In each of the following, tell whether the...Ch. 6 - 6-20 Give a familiar example of solutions of each...Ch. 6 - 6-21 Are mixtures of gases true solutions or...Ch. 6 - 6-22 Answer true or false. (a) Water is a good...Ch. 6 - 6-23 We dissolved 0.32 g of aspartic acid in 115.0...Ch. 6 - 6-24 The solubility of a compound is 2.5 gin 100....Ch. 6 - 6-25 A small amount of solid is added to a...Ch. 6 - 6-26 On the basis of polarity and hydrogen...Ch. 6 - 6-27 Suppose that you discover a stain on an oil...Ch. 6 - 6-28 Which pairs of liquids are likely to be...Ch. 6 - 6-29 The solubility of aspartic acid in water is...Ch. 6 - 6-30 Near a power plant, warm water is discharged...Ch. 6 - 6-31 If a bottle of beer is allowed to stand for...Ch. 6 - 6-32 Would you expect the solubility of ammonia...Ch. 6 - 6-33 Verify the following statements. (a) One part...Ch. 6 - 6-34 Describe how we would make the following...Ch. 6 - 6-35 Describe how we would prepare the following...Ch. 6 - 6-36 Describe how we would prepare the following...Ch. 6 - 6-37 Calculate the w/v percentage of each of these...Ch. 6 - 6-38 Describe how we would prepare 250 mL of 0.10...Ch. 6 - 6-39 Assuming that the appropriate volumetric...Ch. 6 - 6-40 What is the molarity of each solution? (a) 47...Ch. 6 - 6-41 A teardrop with a volume of 0.5 mL contains...Ch. 6 - 6-42 The concentration of stomach acid, HCI, is...Ch. 6 - 6-43 The label on a sparkling cider says it...Ch. 6 - 6-44 If 3.18 g BaCI2 is dissolved in enough...Ch. 6 - 6-45 The label on ajar of jam says it contains 13...Ch. 6 - 6-46 A particular toothpaste contains 0.17 g NaF...Ch. 6 - 6-47 A student has a bottle labeled 0.750% albumin...Ch. 6 - 6-48 How many grams of solute are present in each...Ch. 6 - 6-49 A student has a stock solution of 30.0% w/v...Ch. 6 - 6-50 To make 5.0 L of a fruit punch that contains...Ch. 6 - 6-51 A pill weighing 325 mg contains the...Ch. 6 - 6-52 One slice of enriched bread weighing 80. g...Ch. 6 - 6-53 Dioxin is considered to be poisonous in...Ch. 6 - 6-54 An industrial wastewater contains 3.60 ppb...Ch. 6 - 6-55 According to the label on a piece of cheese,...Ch. 6 - 6-56 Answer true or false. (a) The properties that...Ch. 6 - 6-57 Considering polarities, electronegativities,...Ch. 6 - 6-58 Which of the following would produce the...Ch. 6 - 6-59 Ethanol is very soluble in water. Describe...Ch. 6 - 6-60 Predict which of these covalent compounds is...Ch. 6 - 6-61 Answer true or false. (a) A colloid is a...Ch. 6 - 6-62 A type of car tire is made of synthetic...Ch. 6 - 6-63 On the basis of Tables 6-1 and 6-2, classify...Ch. 6 - 6-64 Table 6-2 shows no examples of a gas-in-gas...Ch. 6 - 6-65 A solution of protein is transparent at room...Ch. 6 - 6-66 What gives nanotubes their unique optical and...Ch. 6 - 6-67 Calculate the freezing points of solutions...Ch. 6 - 6-68 If we add 175 g of ethylene glycol, C2H6O2,...Ch. 6 - 6-69 Methanol, CH3OH, is used as an antifreeze....Ch. 6 - 6-70 In winter, after a snowstorm, salt (NaCI) is...Ch. 6 - 6-71 A 4 M acetic acid (CH3COOH) solution lowers...Ch. 6 - 6-72 In an apparatus using a semipermeable...Ch. 6 - 6-73 In each case, tell which side (if either)...Ch. 6 - 6-74 An osmotic semipermeable membrane that allows...Ch. 6 - 6-75 Calculate the osmolarity of each of the...Ch. 6 - 6-76 Two compartments are separated by a...Ch. 6 - 6-77 A 0.9% NaCI solution is isotonic with blood...Ch. 6 - 6-78 (Chemical Connections 6A) Oxides of nitrogen...Ch. 6 - 6-79 (Chemical Connections 6A) What makes normal...Ch. 6 - 6-80 (Chemical Connections 6B) Why do deep-sea...Ch. 6 - 6-81 (Chemical Connections 6B) What is nitrogen...Ch. 6 - 6-82 (Chemical Connections 6C) A solution contains...Ch. 6 - 6-83 (Chemical Connections 6C) The concentration...Ch. 6 - 6-84 (Chemical Connections 6D) What is the...Ch. 6 - 6-85 (Chemical Connections 6D) Write balanced...Ch. 6 - 6-86 (Chemical Connections 6E) What is the...Ch. 6 - 6-87 (Chemical Connections 6F) What is the minimum...Ch. 6 - 6-88 (Chemical Connections 6F) The osmotic...Ch. 6 - 6-89 (Chemical Connections 6G) A manufacturing...Ch. 6 - 6-90 (Chemical Connections 6G) The artificial...Ch. 6 - 6-91 When a cucumber is put into a saline solution...Ch. 6 - 6-92 A solution of As2O3 has a molarity of M. What...Ch. 6 - 6-93 Two bottles of water are carbonated, with CO2...Ch. 6 - 6-94 How many grams of ethylene glycol must be...Ch. 6 - 6-95 Both methanol, CH3OH, and ethylene glycol,...Ch. 6 - 6-96 We know that a 0.89% saline (NaCI) solution...Ch. 6 - 6-97 Carbon dioxide and sulfur dioxide are soluble...Ch. 6 - 6-98 A reagent label shows that the reagent...Ch. 6 - 6-99 A concentrated nitric acid solution contains...Ch. 6 - 6-100 Which will have greater osmotic pressure?...Ch. 6 - 6-101 Government regulations permit a 6 ppb...Ch. 6 - 6-102 The average osmolarity of seawater is 1.18...Ch. 6 - 6-103 A swimming pool containing 20,000. L of...Ch. 6 - 6-104 The density of a solution that is 20.0%...Ch. 6 - 6-105 A 10.0% H2SO4 solution has a density of 1.07...Ch. 6 - 6-106 Synovial fluid that exists in joints is a...Ch. 6 - 6-107 A solution is made by dissolving 25.0 g of...Ch. 6 - 6-108 Explain why saltwater fish do not survive...Ch. 6 - 6-109 Consider the reaction of 1.46 g Ca(s) with...Ch. 6 - 6-110 Vitamin B2, riboflavin, is a nondissociating...Ch. 6 - 6-111 As noted in Section 6-8C, the amount of...Ch. 6 - 6-112 List the following aqueous solutions in...Ch. 6 - 6-113 List the following aqueous solutions in...

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