REGULAR QUIZZES - REGULAR TOPIC 9 Solutions SET A
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QUESTION 1. What mass of Magnesium chloride must be dissolved in 200. mL of water to produce a 5.00 M solution?

(A) 95.0 g
(B) 47.5 g
(C) 190. g
(D) 200. g
(E) 5.00 g

QUESTION 2. What volume of 0.211 M KOH must be used to neutralize 23.1 mL of 2.30 M sulfuric acid?

(A) 504 mL
(B) 252 mL
(C) 126 mL
(D) 23.1 mL
(E) None of the Above

QUESTION 3. What volume of water must be added to a sample of 8.00 M Nitric Acid in order to produce 500. mL of 1.25 M Nitric Acid?

(A) 422 mL
(B) 499 mL
(C) 625 mL
(D) 0.625 L
(E) None of The Above

QUESTION 4. Determine the mass of NaCl solid that must be dissolved, in order to make 100. mL of a 0.250 M solution.

(A) 23.5 g
(B) 58.5 g
(C) 4.274 x 10-4 g
(D) 1.463 x 103 g
(E) 1.463 g

QUESTION 5. In a titration between a solution of Sodium Hydroxide and Sulfuric Acid, the reacting ratio is 2:1. If a 25.00 mL sample of 0.01 M NaOH is completely neutralized by a 18.45 mL sample of Acid, what is the molarity of the Acid?

(A) 6.775 x 10-3 M
(B) 0.01 M
(C) 0.02 M
(D) 1.355 x 10-2 M
(E) Not enough data to determine




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