# What Mass Of Na2So4 Is Needed To Make 2.5L

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## What Mass Of Na2so4 Is Needed To Make 2.5l?

Recall that molarity is the ratio of the moles of solute and the volume of solution (in liters). The mass of Na2SO4 needed to make 2.5 L of 2.0 M solution is b. 710 g.

## What is the molar mass of Na2SO4?

Sodium sulfate/Molar mass
The formula mass for sodium sulfate was calculated on page T-9. Referring to those numbers the formula Na2SO4 means: two moles sodium (45.98 g) one mole sulfur (32.06 g) and four moles oxygen (64.00 g) combine to form one mole of sodium sulfate (142.04 g).

## What is the ratio of Na2SO4?

The formula of an ionic compound is neutral. The ratio of the cations and anions it contains is such that there is no excess charge. Thus the combination of a sodium ion Na+ with a sulfate ion SO42 to form sodium sulfate must be in a 2:1 ratio so that the resulting compound is neutral Na2SO4.

60.052 g/mol

161.47 g/mol

## How many grams is 5 liters?

How Many Grams are in a Liter?
Volume in Liters: Weight in Grams of:
Water Cooking Oil
5 l 5 000 g 4 400 g
6 l 6 000 g 5 280 g
7 l 7 000 g 6 160 g

## How do you convert kilograms to liters?

To convert a kilogram measurement to a liter measurement divide the weight by the density of the ingredient or material. Thus the weight in liters is equal to the kilograms divided by the density of the ingredient or material.

## How do you convert kilograms to liters of oil?

Do you know that 1 KG of oil is equal to 1.1 Litre of Oil?
1. Litre is the unit of Volume. …
2. Density of oil is less than that of water that’s why oil floats in the water. …
3. Density of water = 1 kg / Litre so density of oil = 0.9 kg / Litre.
4. It means 0.9 kg oil = 1 Litre oil and 1 Kilo Gram of oil = (1/0.9) Litre = 1.1 Litre.

## What is the molar mass of the compound Na2SO4 2?

142.04214 g/mol

The molar mass of Na2 SO4 is 142.04214 g/mol.

## How do I calculate molecular mass?

Multiply the atomic weight of each element with the number of atoms of that particular element. Similarly do it for all the elements in the molecule or compound. Add up all the values obtained in the above step. Then add the unit as grams/mole you will get the molecular mass of the substance.

164.088 g/mol

## How do you make Na2SO4?

The most important chemical sodium sulfate production is during hydrochloric acid production either from sodium chloride (salt) and sulfuric acid in the Mannheim process or from sulfur dioxide in the Hargreaves process. The resulting sodium sulfate from these processes is known as salt cake.

## Which is the formula mass of Na2SO4 quizlet?

Calculate the Atomic Weight of the Compound

In the example the molar mass of Na2SO4 is (23 x 2) + (32 x 1) + (16 x 4) = 142 grams per mole.

## What is the equivalent weight of Na2SO4?

Question: The equivalent weight of Na2SO4 are? (Theanswer is 71 g/Equiv) Could you please explain this problem indetail I have hard time with understanding the valence rules andwhat to divide thanks.

## What type of compound is ch3 COOH?

Acetic acid
Acetic acid is an organic compound with the formula CH3COOH. It is a carboxylic acid consisting of a methyl group that is attached to a carboxyl functional group.

161.47 g/mol

16.04 g/mol

132.14 g/mol

## How many grams is 2.5 Litres?

liters to grams metric conversion table
liters to grams metric conversion table
0.03 liters = 30 grams 0.3 liters = 300 grams 2.3 liters = 2300 grams
0.04 liters = 40 grams 0.4 liters = 400 grams 2.4 liters = 2400 grams
0.05 liters = 50 grams 0.5 liters = 500 grams 2.5 liters = 2500 grams

## How many liters are in grams?

1 l = 1 000.00 g wt. The basic unit of measurement for mass in the metric system one cubic centimeter of water has a mass of approximately one gram.

## Does 1 Litre weigh 1 kg?

One litre of water has a mass of almost exactly one kilogram when measured at its maximal density which occurs at about 4 °C. It follows therefore that 1000th of a litre known as one millilitre (1 mL) of water has a mass of about 1 g 1000 litres of water has a mass of about 1000 kg (1 tonne or megagram).

## How do you convert density to liters and kilograms?

To convert a liter measurement to a kilogram measurement multiply the volume by the density of the ingredient or material. Thus the volume in kilograms is equal to the liters multiplied by the density of the ingredient or material.

## How many Litres is 1 kg of gas?

1.96 litres

To convert kg to litres LPG: LPG conversion kg to litres is 1 kg = 1.96 litres. So 1 kg LPG gas is 1.96 liters of LPG (convert LPG kg to litres). For example there are 29.4L litres of LPG in a 15kg cylinder.

## What is the weight of 1 Litre oil?

Considering density of oil about 0.8 kg per litre 1 litre oil will weigh 800 grams.

## What is the weight of 1 Litre palm oil?

Weight of 1 Liter Palm oil is nearly 912.98 Gram
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## How do you find the mass of oil?

Mathematically density mass and volume are related according to the following formula: ρ=m/V where ρ=density m=mass and V=volume. The density of most oils will range between 700 and 950 kilograms per cubic meter (kg/m3). By definition water has a density of 1 000 kg/m3.

## How many molecules are there in 450g of Na2SO4?

2) How many molecules are there in 450 grams of Na2SO4? 450 Na soullnol Na2SO4 16.02×1023 molec Na₂SO4 = 119×1024 | 142.05g Na25041 Imol Naz Soy lec Na. sou 3) How many grams are there in 2.3 x 1024 atoms of silver? 4) How many grams are there in 7.4 x 1023 molecules of AgNO3?

## How do you find the formula mass of Ca NO3 2?

1. Calcium nitrate Ca(NO3)2 is used as a component in fertilizer. Determine the molar mass of calcium nitrate.
2. Molar mass Ca(NO3)2.
3. Molar mass of Ca(NO3)2=40.08g+28.02g+96.00g=164.10.

74.093 g/mol

## If the density of methanol is 0.793 kg/L.What is its volume needed for making 2.5L of its 0.25M sol?

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