What is the concentration of sodium hydroxide solution here?


Posted on : 01-10-2013 | By : My Study Coach | In : Improve Your Concentration
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In a virtual lab, I am using 50 ml of a .100M NAOH solution in my buret. I am being asked the concentration and not sure what they mean or how to do this.

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a 0.1M solution means that 0.1 moles of NaOH is dissolved in 1L of solution.

in 50ml you therefore have 50*0.1/1000 = 0.005 moles of NaOH (i.e. 5mmol)

the answer to ur question is given in the question.
the solution given to u is .1MNaOH (.100 is the same as .1)

and in chemistry any solution with a value like this ending with “M” means its concentration in moles per litre.

if i say tell me the concentration of 8M HCl however much quantity ur answer shud be that the solution’s conce is 8 molar…

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