5. What percent solution is 100ml of a 0.8M solution of sucrose?
6. How would I make a liter of a 10% solution of sucrose?
7. What molarity is 100ml of a 10% solution of sucrose?
8. What percent solution of sucrose would I have to make to have an equal concentration of a 10% solution of glucose?
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moles in 100ml = 100/1000* 0.8 = 0.08 moles
mass = 0.08* 342.3 =27.384g
volume percent =weight in grams/volume *100%
volume percent 27.384/100 * 100%= 27.384%
this means 10g of water in 100 ml solution . add10g in 100ml water
7.What molarity is 100ml of a 10% solution of sucrose?
10g in 100 ml
moles = 10g/342.3 = 0.029moles in 100 ml
in 1000ml = 1000/100 *0.029 = 0.29M
8 10% GLUCOSE
10G IN 100ML MOLES = 10/ 180.16 =0.0555MOLES
MOLES OF SUCROSE WOULD BE 0.0555MOLES
MASS = 0.0555*342.3= 18.999 =19G IN 100 ML
= 19% SOLUTION
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