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Question:

if dont have the formulas in your notes, just dimensional analysis to match the units

I have the formula but not sure how to complete part C, D or F

Would you be able to show me how to do it?

post what you have, i'll help you get it right

I cant check if they are right till I fill in all of the blanks

is the volume in the cuvette 10 mL?

cuz i know the path length is 1 dm = 10 cm

If you don't mind me asking what level of chemistry is this?

First semester of organic chemistry

I think the volume is about 2 ml for a cuvette.

is that the volume you're using to solve these?

I was just converting from M and moles to liters. M= mol/L

Once I found liters, I plugged the numbers into the equation. Thats how I did the first part.

This is what I did:
119/0.130

Moles over M

How do you do part F?

http://www.chem.ucla.edu/harding/tutorials/stereochem/calcs.html