Answer to Question #197345 in General Chemistry for Mike

Question #197345

The solubility of a compound in water is 6.8g/100ml at 25�C. Calculate the amount of water required to crystallise 10g of the compound. If the pure compound is collected at 25°c what is the maximum possible yield percent?


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2021-05-28T00:55:30-0400

For 6.8 g 100 mL water required

For 10 g = (100×10)/6.8 mL water

Crystallization won't occur at 25⁰C since all amount ( i.e.10g )will remain dissolved


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11.06.21, 13:47

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11.06.21, 05:46

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11.06.21, 03:42

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