How many moles of NaOH are in 18.03mL of NaOH?

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How many moles of NaOH are in 18.03mL of NaOH

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Process 1

We have the formula for the mole of NaOH =weight of element/compound/(Atomic/molecular weight weight)

We have to determine the weight of the NaOH from the experiment given.

Molecular weight of NaOH =40

Moles of NaOH=x/40 mole(answer)

Process 2

When the concentration of NaOH is given suppose C M(molar) is the molarity and the volume of the solution is 18.03ml=.01803L

Then the mole of NaOH=Molarity*Volume =.01803*C (answer)

Depending upon the situation you can use either of the formula.


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