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Jag försökte lösa denna genom att multiplicera 25 dm^3 och 1.555 g/ml och fick ungefär 39 kg vilket är rätt svar men undrar om detta var rätt sätt att lösa uppgiften på eller om jag bara hade tur. Förstår inte riktigt varför temperaturen nämndes om den inte ska användas för att lösa uppgiften.

Hi everyone. I want to prepare a 100 ml 25% v/v glutaldehyde solution and the glutaldehyde available is 50% wt% in water, MW= 100.12 g/mol, d= 1.106 g/ml. How would I go about doing it? Thanks.

HCl ( 36.5 g/mL, 36.5%, D=1.179 g/mL) 밀도는 인터넷에서 36%일 경우 1.179 g/mL 였는데 시약병에 써있는 것을 사용하세요 (1mol / 36.5 g/mL) x 0.365 x 1.179 g/mL x 1000 mL = 11.79 M 11.79 M x 10 mL = (A) x 1000 A = 0.1179 M 0.1179 mol/L

What is the molality of a solution consisting of 52.7 mL of benzene (C6H6; d = 0.877 g/mL) in 239 mL of hexane (C6H14; d = 0.660 g/mL)?

... mass, density = 1.18 g/mL) are required to produce 18...x volume = 1.18 g/mL x 1000 mL = 1180 gramsBut the ...molar mass = 424.8 g/ 36.5 (g/mol) = 11.64 ...

The density of an unknown liquid was calculated to be 0.78 g/ml. If the accepted value is 0.75 g/ml, calculate the percent error made.?

If a 1.00 kg sample of sand containing some gold has a density of 3.10 g/mL (without air spaces), what is the percentage of gold in the sample?

Published on 2020-12-05 in the Science and Mathematics forum

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If a 1.00 kg sample of sand containing some gold has a density of 3.10 g/mL (without air spaces), what is the percentage of gold in the sample?

Published on 2020-12-05 in the Science and Mathematics forum

This discussion is in English.