• anonymous
Assume we start with 0.025M NaOH. 100mL of this 0.025M NaOH is poured into 0.5g Ca(OH)2, and this will eventually form a saturated solution. Then, a 25mL aliquot of this solution is taken. What is the concentration of NaOH now? Attempt: 0.025mol/L * (0.1L) = 0.0025mol of NaOH in total Then when you take 25mL from this 100mL part of it, we get: 0.0025mol / 0.025L = 0.1M NaOH So, when you take 25mL portion of this solution, we have concentration of 0.1M NaOH now...?
Chemistry
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