|Aug19-12, 11:46 PM||#1|
mass of a substance
A solution of 100.00mL of 0.2000mol/L sodium carbonate and 200.00mL of 0.1000mol/L calcium nitrate solutions are mixed together according to the reaction: sodium carbonate + calcium nitrate→ calcium carbonate + sodium nitrate. how would you calculate the mass of calcium carbonate that would precipitate?
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|Aug20-12, 02:19 AM||#2|
Start with the balanced reaction equation. How many moles of sodium carbonate? Of calcium nitrate? This is simple stoichiometry and conversion between concentration, volume, number of moles and mass.
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