Question

A. You wish to prepare 198 grams of 10.3 %
Na_{3}PO_{4}. How many grams will need of sodium
phosphate and how many mL of water? Assume that the density of
water is 1.00 g / ml.

B. If 20.5 grams of an aqueous solution of cobalt(II) sulfate,
CoSO_{4}, contains 2.84 grams of cobalt(II) sulfate, what
is the percentage by mass of cobalt(II) sulfate in the
solution?

C. An aqueous solution of lead nitrate,
Pb(NO_{3})_{2}, contains 8.74 grams of lead nitrate
and 17.5 grams of water. What is the percentage by mass of lead
nitrate in the solution?

D. An aqueous solution is 1.00% by mass ethanol,
CH_{3}CH_{2}OH, and has a density of 0.996 g/mL.
What is the molarity of ethanol in the solution?

E. An aqueous solution is 22.0% by mass silver nitrate,
AgNO_{3}, and has a density of 1.22 g/mL. What is the
molarity of silver nitrate in the solution is?

F. An aqueous solution of 15.7 M ammonia, NH_{3}, has a
density of 0.892 g/mL. What is the percent by mass of
NH_{3} in the solution?

Answer #1

Following is my *Solution* to the
*First full
question* i.e. **Question: A)**

The *Answers* are found to
be the following:

- **Grams of
sodium phosphate (Na _{2}PO_{4}) = 20.39
gm**

**- Volume
(mL) of Water (i.e. H _{2}O) = 177.61 mL**

The *solution* to the above
*results,*
are discussed/explained below: (**i.e.** **in
image
format**):

** Correction:** In the
above

*Correct representation of Sodium
Phosphate is the following:*

*Sodium Phosphate* is
written as **Na _{3}PO_{4}**

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grams of aluminum chloride and
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The percentage by mass of aluminum chloride in the
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___ grams
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