Calculate the theoretical ion concentration?


Posted on : 05-05-2014 | By : My Study Coach | In : Improve Your Concentration
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If you’re asked to mix

2.50 mL of Pb(No3)2
1 mL KI
6.50 mL of H2O

total volume: 10 mL

How do you calculate the theoretical concentration of each ion in this solution?
In this experiment, we weren’t given any molar concentration. We’re also asked to solve for Q after we have solved for the ion concentrations of Pb and I.

This is an experiment for solubility.

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To calculate the concentration of ions in the final solution you require the molar concentration of the Pb(NO3)2 and KI solutions. If you provide this information you will be helped.

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