Answer to Question #171700 in General Chemistry for Emily

Question #171700

How many moles of aqueous potassium ions and sulfate ions are formed when 42.8g of K2SO4 dissolved in water?


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2021-03-16T07:49:39-0400

moles of K2SO4 = mass/MM

= 42.8/ 174

= 0.246 mol

Moles of Potassium ions= [0.246] mol

Moles of Sulfate ions = [0.492] mol


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