# If a student weighs out 0.744 g Fe ( NO 3 ) 3 ⋅ 9 H 2 O , what is the final concentration of the ∼0.2 M Fe ( NO 3 ) 3 solution that the student makes?

Molar concentration of Fe(NO3)3 . 9H2O = 0.12M

Explanation:

Fe(NO3).9H2O --> Fe(NO3)3 + 9H2O

By stoichiometry,

1 mole of Fe(NO3)3 will be absorb water to form 1 mole of Fe(NO3)3 . 9H2O

Therefore, calculating the mass concentration of Fe(NO3)3;

Molar mass of Fe(NO3)3 = 56 + 3*(14 + (16*3))

= 242 g/mol

Mass concentration of Fe(NO3)3 = molar mass * molar concentration

= 242 * 0.2

= 48.4 g/L

Molar mass of Fe(NO3)3 . 9H2O = 56 + 3*(14 + (16*3)) + 9* ((1*2) + 16)

= 242 + 162 g/mol

= 404g/mol

Concentration of Fe(NO3)3 . 9H2O = mass concentration/molar mass

= 48.4 /404

= 0.12 mol/l

Molar concentration of Fe(NO3)3 . 9H2O = 0.12M

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A chemistry student must write down in her lab notebook the concentration of a solution of sodium hydroxide. The concentration of a solution equals the mass of what's dissolved divided by the total volume of the solution. Here's how the student prepared the solution: The label on the graduated cylinder says: empty weight: 4.5 g She put some solid sodium hydroxide into the graduated cylinder and weighed it. With the sodium hydroxide added, the cylinder weighed 48.772 g. She added water to the graduated cylinder and dissolved the sodium hydroxide completely. Then she read the total volume of the solution from the markings on the graduated cylinder. The total volume of the solution was 152.3 mL. What concentration should the student write down in her lab notebook? Be sure your answer has the correct number of significant digits.

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Which of the following combinations represents an element with a net charge of +1 with a mass number of 75?a) 35 (o), 35 (+), 34 (-)b) 40 (o), 40 (+), 39 (-)c) 40 (o), 35 (+), 34 (-)d) 37 (o), 38 (+), 34 (-)e) 40 (o), 35 (+), 35 (-)

c) 40 (o), 35 (+), 34 (-)

Explanation:

Let us represent the element with P

Charge on P = +1

Mass number of P = 75

We can express the atom as ⁴⁵P¹⁺

The positive charge on the atom denotes that the atom has lost an electron. Electrons are negatively charge elementary particles in an atom. Therefore, the number of protons, positively charged particles are now more. This charge imbalance is what leaves atom P with a charge of +1. The difference between the proton number and number of electrons is just 1 and it represents a loss of an electron. Atoms that are not charged have their proton and electron number to be the same. Those that are negatively charge signifies that an electron has been gained and the number of electrons are greater than those of the protons.

The mass number 75 is the number of protons plus neutrons.

Option C gives the following information:

Neutron = 40

Protons = 35

Electrons = 34

Here Protons > Electrons with a difference of 1+.

Mass number  = Protons + Neutrons =35 + 40 = 75

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Which statement correctly compares an atom of an alkali metal with an atom of the alkaline earth metal next to it on the periodic table? aThe alkali metal atom forms a +1 ion, while the alkaline earth metal atom forms a +2 ion. bThe alkali metal atom forms a +2 ion, while the alkaline earth metal atom forms a +1 ion. cThe alkali metal atom has one less shell of electrons than the atom of the alkaline earth metal. dThe alkali metal atom has one more shell of electrons than the atom of the alkaline earth metal.

All of the elements in Group 1 are alkali metals, and they are all soft in composition. The alkali earth metals that make up the group of two elements are all hard by nature. Their melting points are low. The correct option is A.

All alkali metals have one electron in their outermost shell, but all alkaline earth metals have two outer electrons. This is the main distinction between alkali metals and alkaline earth metals.

Since an alkali metal has one electron in its outermost shell, it will give up this electron in order to become stable, forming a positive ion in the process. Similar to this, since alkali earth metals have two electrons in their outermost shells, they will give up those two electrons in order to become stable, generating +2 ions.

Thus the correct option is A.

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A) The alkali metal atom forms a +1 ion, while the alkaline earth metal atom forms a +2 ion.

Explanation:

A: The alkali metal atom forms a +1 ion, while the alkaline earth metal atom forms a +2 ion.

This means that the alkali metal atom has to lose 1 valence electron to form a +1 ion while the alkaline earth metal atom has to lose 2 valence electrons to form a +2 ion. This is accurate because alkali metal atoms have 1 valence electron while alkaline earth metal atoms have 2, so the statement is correct.

B: The alkali metal atom forms a +2 ion, while the alkaline earth metal atom forms a +1 ion.

This would mean that the alkali metal atom has to lose 2 valence electrons to form a +2 ion, while the alkaline earth metal has to lose 1 valence electron to form a +1 ion. This is incorrect because alkali metal atoms only have 1 valence electron and will become a +1 ion when losing that electron, while alkaline earth metals have 2 valence electrons and will form a +2 ion upon losing them.

C: The alkali metal atom has one less shell of electrons than the atom of the alkaline earth metal.

This would mean that the alkali metal atom would be located one period higher up than the alkaline earth metal atom. This is untrue, because the question states that the alkali metal atom is located directly next to the alkaline earth metal atom, so they have the same amount of electron shells.

D: The alkali metal atom has one more shell of electrons than the atom of the alkaline earth metal.

This would mean that the alkali metal atom would be located one period lower on the periodic table than the alkaline earth metal atom. Similar to the previous statement, this is untrue because the question states that they are located directly next to each other, or on the same period.

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Which example shows an ecosystem of organisms? A. a single monkey B. a group of tree monkeys C. a group of tree monkeys and a cluster of trees D. a group of tree monkeys, a cluster of trees, a pile of rocks, and a fierce wind

A single monkey is not an ecosystem

As ecosystem comprises of all the living and non living parts a community under study.

So if have define an ecosystem of which monkey is a part then we have to include the living organism like tress and monkey and the non living parts like rock and wind which affects the living organism.

5. What is the speed (Velocity) of a cyclist who covers 10 km (convert to metersfirst!) in 14 minutes and 30 seconds? Remember time must be in seconds first!

Actually Welcome to the Concept of the Kinematics.

Here, we know that, Velocity = Distance / Time,

So here, Distance = 10km = 10×1000 = 10000 metres.

, Time = 14 min 30 sec = 870 seconds,

so now, we get velocity as,

=> V = 10000 ÷ 870 => 11.49 m/s .

Hence, Velocity is 11.49 m/s.