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gravi 1 26-36 2 26-C 3 g Cu = mass Cu(C14H12NO2)2 x [atomic mass Cu/molar mass Cu(C14H12NO2)2] Then % Cu = (g Cu/15.

443)*100 4 MgCO3 ==> MgO + CO2 Wt loss on heating = mass CO2 = 2.446 - 2.216 = 0.230g CO2 Convert to moles. moles = grams/molar mass moles CO2 = moles MgCO3 in the sample. g MgCO3 in the sample = moles MgCO3 x molar mass MgCO3 %MgCO3 = (mass MgCO3/mass sample)*100 = ? 5 Work it backwards. You want to end up with 150 mg Fe2O3. How much Fe(OH)3 must you have? 150 mg Fe2O3 x [2*molar mass Fe(OH)3/molar mass Fe2O3] = ? mg Fe(OH)3 What must be the mass Fe3O4? ?mg Fe(OH)3 x [2*molar mass Fe3O4/3*molar mass Fe2O3] = ? mg Fe3O4. Since that mg Fe3O4 is only 8%, then mass sample x 0.08 = ?mg Fe3O4 and solve for mass sample. Those factors I used come from this. 2Fe3O4 ==> 3Fe2O3 Fe2O3 ==> 2Fe(OH)3 I didn't balance the oxygen atoms since we are working only with the Fe Check my work. 6 mass AgCl = 0.0831 g. moles AgCl = 0.0831/molar mass AgCl = ? moles AgCl = moles Cl. ?moles Cl x atomic mass Cl = g Cl. %Cl = (g Cl/g pesticide)*100 = 8.43% You have %Cl and g Cl, solve for g pesticide, then %pesticide = (g pesticide/g sample)*100 = ? Check my work. 7 8 9 10 26-20 aCID BASE 1. change values This comment note: 1 mol sulfanilamide= 1 mol= 1mol H2SO4 Means that 1 mol of C6H4N2O2S will produce 1 mol of H2SO4. Thus, if you work out how many moles of H2SO4 are present by titration with NaOH then that will tell you how many moles of C6H4N2O2S you started with. Work out the moles of NaOH used in the titration

it doesn't account for the big error (mass ends up 2. 0..1183*22.06848 M) Also.. 2 moles NaOH reacts with 1 mol H2SO4 So 1 mole NaOH reacts with 1/2 mole H2SO4 Thus 0.1047*50 = 5... Now. Back titration.02415 mol NaOH reacts with (1/2 x 0..7% 3.. ovbiously this is incorrect. 0.9814 )*100 = 22. There are 0.1891 g of the prep aration. moles = mass / molar mass Therefore mass = molar mass x moles molar mass C6H4N2O2S = 168.032 g. 5.6848 M x 0..01208 mol = 2. 0.03527 L = 0.2 g/mol x 0. page 326 modern analytical chemistry 5. therefore there were 0. 6.035 g nitrogen.. rmm nitrogen = 0. which makes the molar mass 172. 0.702 mmol. divide the m ass of C6H8N2O2S by the total sample mass and multiply by 100/1 % purity by mass = mass C6H8N2O2S/ total mass x 100/1 2.molarity = moles / Litres Therefore moles = Molarity x litres moles NaOH = 0. (0.235 .2 g/mol So mass C6H4N2O2S = 168.080 g).01208 mol of H2SO4.01208 mol of C6H4N2O2S in the preparation.0140067 g / mmol.02415 moles NaOH was needed to neutralise the H2SO4 2NaOH + H2SO4 ----------> Na2SO4 + 2H2O According to the balanced equation above. to work out the % purity once you have a mass of C6H8N2O2S.. 0. . Are all the values you entered correct? (for example is the NaOH actually 0. 7.702 = 2. I have check and re-checked my caculations and can not see where I have gone wro ng.38 g protein.533 mmol. Now.page 324 modern analytical chemistry 4. I think the formula for sulfanilamide shoud actually be C6H8N2O2S. because you started with 1.035*6.2233 / 0.235 mmol. Anyway.01208 mol H2SO4.2 g/mol But that will only result in a small difference.2233 g protein.84 = 2.04215) mol H2SO4 = 0.2.