Use data from the graph (pg 4 https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/pdf-pages/?pdf=https%3A%2F%2Fpmt.physicsandmathstutor.com%2Fdownload%2FChemistry%2FA-level%2FTopic-Qs%2FAQA%2FInorganic-I%2F2.2-Group-2-the-Alkaline-Earth-Metals%2FSet-F%2FGroup%202%20-%20the%20Alkaline%20Earth%20Metals%201%20QP.pdf )

to calculate the concentration, in mol dm−3, of a saturated solution of calcium hydroxide at 30 °C. Give your answer to 3 significant figures. Show your working.

answer is = 0.0209 mol/dm3 they did 0.155/ 74.1 (which i did) then they multiplied this by 10 which i don't get

to calculate the concentration, in mol dm−3, of a saturated solution of calcium hydroxide at 30 °C. Give your answer to 3 significant figures. Show your working.

answer is = 0.0209 mol/dm3 they did 0.155/ 74.1 (which i did) then they multiplied this by 10 which i don't get

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Original post by ricecakes1

Use data from the graph (pg 4 https://www.physicsandmathstutor.com/pdf-pages/?pdf=https%3A%2F%2Fpmt.physicsandmathstutor.com%2Fdownload%2FChemistry%2FA-level%2FTopic-Qs%2FAQA%2FInorganic-I%2F2.2-Group-2-the-Alkaline-Earth-Metals%2FSet-F%2FGroup%202%20-%20the%20Alkaline%20Earth%20Metals%201%20QP.pdf )

to calculate the concentration, in mol dm−3, of a saturated solution of calcium hydroxide at 30 °C. Give your answer to 3 significant figures. Show your working.

answer is = 0.0209 mol/dm3 they did 0.155/ 74.1 (which i did) then they multiplied this by 10 which i don't get

to calculate the concentration, in mol dm−3, of a saturated solution of calcium hydroxide at 30 °C. Give your answer to 3 significant figures. Show your working.

answer is = 0.0209 mol/dm3 they did 0.155/ 74.1 (which i did) then they multiplied this by 10 which i don't get

Check the conversion of your units

100cm3 = 0.1dm3

Original post by Methene

Check the conversion of your units

100cm3 = 0.1dm3

100cm3 = 0.1dm3

yeah i realise it's my unit conversion that's incorrect but i don't understand how it's x10 cus i did (0.155/ 74.1) divided by 1000, how is it not that

Original post by ricecakes1

yeah i realise it's my unit conversion that's incorrect but i don't understand how it's x10 cus i did (0.155/ 74.1) divided by 1000, how is it not that

If you do 0.155/74.1 then you get 0.00209 mol per 100cm3. That's equivalent to 0.00209 mol per 0.1 dm3. The question asks for answer in mol dm-3, so you have to multiply by 10.

If the solubility units were g cm-3, then you would divide by 1000 to get to g dm-3

Original post by Methene

If you do 0.155/74.1 then you get 0.00209 mol per 100cm3. That's equivalent to 0.00209 mol per 0.1 dm3. The question asks for answer in mol dm-3, so you have to multiply by 10.

If the solubility units were g cm-3, then you would divide by 1000 to get to g dm-3

If the solubility units were g cm-3, then you would divide by 1000 to get to g dm-3

thanks got it

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