What is the molarity of a 1.50 L solution containing 2.80 moles of KCl?
Potassium chloride can be obtained through the drying of seawater. The salt is highly water-soluble and used in food flavour, fertilizers, and chemical industries.
Answer and Explanation: 1
- The Moles of KCl = 2.80
- The volume of the solution = 1.50 L
The molarity of the potassium chloride solution can be calculated...
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