If the mole fraction of K2SO3 in an aqueous solution is .0328, what is the weight/weight % (percent by mass) of K2SO3?

If the mole fraction of K2SO3 in an aqueous solution is .0328, what is the weight/weight % (percent by mass) of K2SO3?

You have a freshly prepared 1 M solution of glucose in water. You carefully pour out a 200 mL sample of that solution.

How many moles of carbon monoxide (CO) are required to react completely with 1.75 moles of iron (III) oxide (Fe2O3)?” a. What unit is given in thsi equation? B.B. What quantity is asked...

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A) Chemical changes are associated primarily extensive properties. B) Chemical changes are easily reversed by altering the temperature of the system. C) Chemical changes provide the only...

I'm doing this problem, but I'm pretty sure I got it wrong and I'm not sure where I messed up? LiF= 25.939 g/mol H2O= 18.015 g/mol 39.4% of 100g= 39.4g / 25.939 = 1.51 mol...

Trial 2: At the endpoint the volume was 9.57mL and the pH was 8.42. At the halfway point the volume was 4.79mL and the pH was 4.21.

I know that when "Methylene Blue" and "Ascorbic Acid" react they produce "Leucomethylene Blue" and "Dehydroascorbic Acid". I have proposed a possible mechanism...

Determine the energy change in kJ/mol for the following two reactions: K(g)+H(g)→K+(g)+H−(g) K(g)+H(g)→K−(g)+H+(g) Enter your answers separated by a comma.

At 5 atm pressure PCl5 gas dissociates by 10%. What will be the value of Kp at same temperature?

In Haber’s process 0.240 mole of Nitrogen, 3.9 moles of hydrogen are taken which lead to the formation of 7.8 moles product in a 3.00 litres of reaction vessel at 375oC. Considering that...

for the given reaction equilibrium constant is 9. If A and B are taken in equal amounts then amount of C at equilibrium will be? the chemical reaction is A+B↔C+D

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I've spent all day on the following questions and can't seem to get them right. If anyone would be willing to provide a break down with the answer that would be greatly appreciated. I just want to...

What is the mole fraction of LiF in an aqueous solution that contains 39.4% LiF (weight/weight %)?

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