Answer to Question #156120 in General Chemistry for Maximillian Robinson

Question #156120

Q)Calculate the ionic strength value for half-normal saline, containing sodium chloride

(c(NaCl) = 7.70×10-3 mol/L) and dextrose (c(dextrose) = 0.28 mol/L).

(a) 7.70×10^-3 mol/L

(b) 0.0154 mol/L

(c) 0.1440 mol/L

(d) 0.2877 mol/L


Q)Calculate the boiling point of hypertonic saline with mass fraction of sodium chloride

7.0%. (Kb (H2O) = 0.52 K × kg × mol-1).

(a) 1.35 K

(b) 101.35 C

(c) 0.67 K

(d) 100.67 C


Q)Sodium lauryl sulfate (SLS) is used as a surfactant in many hygiene products, in

particular in toothpastes. Calculate the surface activity of SLS at 20 C if known that surface

tension of its solution with 6.6 mmol×dm-3 concentration value is equal to 47 mN×m-1,

and with 8.3 mmol×dm-3 concentration value is equal to 43 mN×m-1.

(a) 0.43

(b) -0.43

(c) - 2.35

(d) 2.35


Calculate the pH value of acetate buffer (pKa = 4.76) prepared by mixing of 9.0 mL of

sodium acetate solution with 1.0 mL of acetic acid solution (c(CH3COOH) = c(CH3COONa)).

Determine the range of buffer action for the acetate buffer.

(a) 3.81; 3.81(+/-)1

(b) 3.81; 4.76(+/-)1

(c) 5.71; 5.71(+/-)1

(d) 5.71; 4.76(+/-)1


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Expert's answer
2021-01-18T01:56:19-0500

(1) NaCl) = 7.70×10-3 mol/L

I= 1/2 n∑i (CiZi )2

(a) 7.70×10-3 mol/L


 (2) (a) 1.35 K

(3) (c) - 2.35

(4) pKa = -log10Ka

(b) 3.81; 4.76(+/-)1


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