# Answer on Organic Chemistry Question for kristel

Question #22059

A 25 mL of 6M sodium hydroxide are diluted to 1.3L solution. What is the resulting concentration?

Expert's answer

Molarity is calculated due to the following formula:

C

n(NaOH) = C

n(NaOH) = 6 mol/L * 0.025 L = 0.15 mol

Total volume:

V(solution) = 1300 + 25 = 1325 ml = 1.325 L

Concentration:

C

C

Answer: 0.1132 M

C

_{m}= n/Vn(NaOH) = C

_{m}*Vn(NaOH) = 6 mol/L * 0.025 L = 0.15 mol

Total volume:

V(solution) = 1300 + 25 = 1325 ml = 1.325 L

Concentration:

C

_{m}(NaOH) = n/VC

_{m}(NaOH) = 0.15 mol/1.325L = 0.1132 MAnswer: 0.1132 M

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