Answer to Question #156073 in General Chemistry for Maria

Question #156073

H2S + NaOH --> Na2S + H2O

If 350ml 0.6M H2S is reacted how many grams of Na2S will be made?


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Expert's answer
2021-01-18T01:54:07-0500

H2S + 2NaOH --> Na2S + 2H2O

Volume = 350ml = 0.35dm3

Mole = volume /molar volume

= 0.35dm3 / 0.6

= 0.58mol

Na2S = 46+32 = 78gmol-1

Mass = mole × molar mass

= 0.58mol × 78gmol-1

= 45.24g


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