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Worksheet 4.

7: Solutions

Solution stoichiometry
No.

Answer

n(Ba(NO3)2) = c V = 0.450 0.2000 = 0.0900 mol


n(BaSO4) = n(Ba(NO3)2) = 0.0900 mol

n(H2O2) = c V = 4.30 3.50 = 15.05 mol


5
5
n(gaseous product) =
n(H2O2) =
15.05 = 37.6 mol
2
2

n(Pb(NO3)2) = c V = 0.880 0.0170 = 1.496 102 mol


n(Pb(OH)2) = n(Pb(NO3)2)
2) = n M
m(Pb(OH)
= 1.496 102 241.21 = 3.61 g

m
70.9
=
= 1.107 mol
64.06
M
n(NaOH) = 2 n(SO2) = 2.214 mol
n
2.214
V(NaOH) = =
= 3.47 dm3
0.638
c

m
17.2
=
= 0.1957 mol
87.91
M
= 2 n(FeS) = 0.3914 mol
n(HCl)
n 0.3914
V(HCl) = =
= 0.455 dm3 = 455 cm3
0.860
c

n(H3PO4) = c V = 0.623 0.0461 = 0.0287 mol


3
n(Mg(OH)
2) = 2 n(H3PO4) = 0.0431 mol
m(Mg(OH)2) = n M = 0.0431 58.33 = 2.51 g

n(HNO3) = c V = 14.0 0.125 = 1.75 mol

3
n(Hg) =
n(HNO3) = 0.656 mol
8
m(Hg) = n M = 0.656 200.59 = 132 g

n(NaHCO3) = c V = 2.86 0.0299 = 0.0855 mol


1
n(H2SO4) =
n(NaHCO3) = 0.0428 mol
2
n
0.0428
c(H2SO4) =
=
= 1.80 mol dm3
0.0238
V

n(SO2) =

n(FeS) =

n(Hg2+) = c V = 0.144 0.0336 = 4.84 103 mol


2

2+
3
n(NH
4Br)
= n(Br ) = 1 n(Hg ) = 9.68 10 mol
n
0.00968
V(HCl) = =
= 0.136 dm3= 136 cm3
0.0712
c

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Worksheet 4.7: Solutions

Solution stoichiometry
No.

10

Answer

m(Br2) = density volume = 3.12 10.0 = 31.2 g


m
31.2
n(Br2) =
=
= 0.195 mol
M 159.8
10
n(NaOH) =
n(Br2) = 0.488 mol
4
n
0.488

c(NaOH) =
=
= 2.04 mol dm3

0.239
V

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