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the total number of ions present in 1ml of 0.1M barium nitrate solution is ???????????


 

7 years ago

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Aditya Verma
33 Points
							

Hello

Molarity = moles/litre

0.1 = X . 1000/1  ( converted  into ml)

X = 10-4 moles or 0.0001 moles

and we know that Ba(NO3)2 dissociates into Ba2+ + 2NO3-

the total no of ions = 3 in one mole 

so in 10-4 moles = 

3 . 10-4 . 6.023.1023

solve it and you will get the ansLaughing

hope i helped..!

7 years ago
gauhar singh
7 Points
							

barium is in +2 state n total charge on nitrate is -1 therefore for every molecule of barium nitrate there will be 1 ion of barium n 2 ions of nitrate therefore molarity of ions is 3 times molarity of soln i.e. 0.3M

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