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What is the molarity of {eq}Cl^- {/eq} in a 0.150 M {eq}SrCl_2 {/eq} solution?

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What is the molarity of {eq}Cl^- {/eq} in a 0.150 M {eq}SrCl_2 {/eq} solution?

Molarity of ions:

Consider that a solution of some ionic compound has particular molarity. It is possible to calculate the molarity of the ions of that ionic compound when it is dissolved in a solvent. It is calculated by multiplying the number of ions produced with the molarity of the solution when the ionic compound is dissolved.

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Given data:

  • The molarity of {eq}{\rm SrC{l_2} } {/eq} is 0.150 M.

To calculate:

  • The molarity of {eq}{\rm C{l^ - } } {/eq}.


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