Answer to Question #170843 in General Chemistry for Natalia Pocica

Question #170843

A teacher wishes to use 0.0552 moles of hydrobromic acid in a reaction for class. How many milliliters of a 0.453 M solution will she have to use? Enter a number into the submission box only, no units


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2021-03-12T06:29:07-0500

Volume of the solution is required

= Moles of hydrobromic acid/Concentration of hydrobromic acid solution

= 0.0552/0.453 L

= 121.85 mL.


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