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How to Do Solution Stoichiometry Using Molarity as a Conversion Factor | How to Pass Chemistry

Molarity is just another word for concentration. The formula for molarity is equal to the moles of your solute, divided by the liters of your solution. Now molarity can be used as a conversion factor because it has two different… Continue Reading

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Calculating Ion Concentrations in Solution

Hey it’s professor Dave, let’s learn how to calculate ion concentrations. We know how to do stoichiometric calculations, so let’s apply our knowledge to a specific task. We want to be able to calculate the concentration of various ions in… Continue Reading

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Solution Stoichiometry tutorial: How to use Molarity + problems explained | Crash Chemistry Academy

Solution Stoichiometry tutorial: How to use Molarity + problems explained | Crash Chemistry Academy

Welcome to Solution Stoichiometry! Solution stoichiometry is concerned with reactions that are aqueous, or, in other words, reactions that take place in water. And this tutorial assumes you have an acquaintance with basic stoichiometry. If you are not acquainted with… Continue Reading

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Molarity, Solution Stoichiometry and Dilution Problem

We’re focusing on an example of solution stoichiometry. So our example states, according to the label on a bottle of concentrated hydrochloric acid, the contents are 36% HCl by mass and have a density of 1.18 grams per milliliter. We’re… Continue Reading