REGULAR QUIZZES - REGULAR TOPIC 9 Solutions SET B
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QUESTION 1. In order to make a 2.50 M KCl solution, what mass of solute must be dissolved in 150. mL of water?

(A) 2.50 g
(B) 150. g
(C) 27.9 g
(D) 0.375 g
(E) None of the Above

QUESTION 2. In order to make a 1.50 M Calcium Chloride solution, what mass of solute must be dissolved in 1.00 L of water?

(A) 113 g
(B) 167 g
(C) 1.50 g
(D) 1.00 g
(E) None of the Above

QUESTION 3. In order to make a 3.00 M HCl solution, what mass of solute must be dissolved in 3.00 L of water?

(A) 9.00 g
(B) 329 g
(C) 36.5 g
(D) 123 g
(E) None of the Above

QUESTION 4. If 3.45 g of Sodium Chloride are dissolved in 10.5 mL of water, what is the molarity of the resulting solution?

(A) 10.5 M
(B) 5.62 M
(C) 3.45 M
(D) 0.00562 M
(E) None of the Above

QUESTION 5. If 125 g of sucrose (C12H22O11) are dissovled in 500 mL of warm water, what is the molarity of the resulting solution?

(A) 0.365 M
(B) 0.731 M
(C) 0.0731 M
(D) 342 M
(E) None of the Above




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