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A solution of urea is 10% w/v (mol. wt.=60). The volume of the solution in which one mole of urea is present is....... The answer is 0.6 lit. How.

A solution of urea is 10% w/v (mol. wt.=60). The volume of the solution in which one mole of urea is present is.......


    The answer is 0.6 lit. How.

Grade:12

1 Answers

Sai Theja K
19 Points
10 years ago

10% w/v means that there is 10 grams of urea in 100ml of solution.

1 mole urea=60 grams

and 10 grams urea in 100 ml solution

so 1 gram urea in 100/10 =10ml solution

so 60 grams urea in 60*10=600ml=.6litre

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