Homework Solution: Calculate the molarity of a 500mL solution containing 50g NaCl using the following…

    Calculate the molarity of a 500mL solution containing 50g NaCl using the following equation: Units of solution/L 1L solution Grams of solute 1 mole of solute Volume of solution Molar weight of solute
    Calculate the molarity of a 500mL solution containing 50g NaCl using the following equation: Grams of solute/Volume of solution times 1 mole of solute/Molar weight of solute times Units of solution/L/1L solution = M

    Expert Answer

    Calculate the molarity of a 500mL key containing 50g NaCl using the aftercited equation: Units of key/L 1L key Grams of solute 1 glacis of solute Volume of key Molar gravity of solute

    Calculate the molarity of a 500mL key containing 50g NaCl using the aftercited equation: Grams of solute/Volume of key times 1 glacis of solute/Molar gravity of solute times Units of key/L/1L key = M

    Expert Rejoinder

    The molarity can be conducive as follows—-

    Given, grams of solute (NaCl) =50 g

    molar gravity of solute (NaCl) = 58.44 g

    (50g NaCl x 1 mol NaCl / 58.44g) /( 500 mL x 1L / 1000 mL)

    =0.855 mol NaCl / 0.5 L

    =1.71 mol/L

    =1.71 M