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its takes 26.7 seconds for 51.3 g NaCl to dissolve in 1 L of water. What is the rate of dissolution
describe the rate constant if the reaction was in first-order in NaCl
how would you make NaCl dissolve faster without increasing the temperature?
@ganeshie8 can you help me
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I think rate of dissolution is M/s.Can you find the molarity?
wouldn't I just convert 51.3 g to moles
And divide by volume in L
to find the rate constant would it be my answer =k times the molarity
Yep, that would be the equation. :-)
last question how would you make NaCl dissolve faster without increasing the temperature?
can you change the pressure or volume to increase it
Hm, no, I don't think so. Changing the pressure doesn't really affect liquids and solids. And changing the volume would also change the concentration.
ok. thank you so much