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bruno102

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To make a 2.0-molar solution, how many moles of solute must be dissolved in 0.50 liters of solution? 0.25 moles solute 0.50 moles solute 1.0 mole solute 2.0 moles solute

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  1. bruno102
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    I am a bit confused, I think it might be C. @taramgrant0543664

  2. taramgrant0543664
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    2.0 is your concentration or your molarity (M) the equation is: M=mols of solute/volume (Lets say moles of solute is represented by x) So 2.00M=x/0.5L 2*0.5=x So yes it is C, 1.0mols of solute

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    Thanks so much :)

  4. taramgrant0543664
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    No problem!

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