Determine molarity from weight of drug and volume of the solution

4. Moles and Molarity 4.2) Molarity 4.2.1) Molarity - general

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17.205 g of calcium chloride is dissolved in 100 mL of solution. If the molecular weight of calcium chloride is 111, then determine the molarity (M) of the solution


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lb equals 1.55 M kg

    Molarity is the number of moles (`n`) dissolved per liter of solution (`V`). Again, mole is the weight in gram (`g`) divided by the molecular weight (`a`).
    In this example, the volume of the solution is 100 mL, or 0.1 L.

    [1] Using formula method:
    `M=g/(aV)=(17.205\quad g)/(111\quad (g/(mol)) × 0.1\quad L)`
    `therefore M = 1.55 (mol)/L=1.55` without unit, Ans.

    [2] Using conceptual method:
    First, count the number of moles (`n`) of calcium chloride present in this solution:
    `=(weight\quad i n \quad g)/(mol ecu lar\quad wt)=(17.205\quad g)/(111 \quad (g/(mol)))=0.155 \quad mol`
    Then, calculate how many moles will be present in 1L of solution. Using equation, we can write:
    `(0.155\quad mol e)/(100 \quad mL)=x/(1000 \quad mL) therefore x = 1.55` Ans.





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