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`        A solution containing 12.0% sodium hydroxide by mass has a density of 1.131g/ml. What volume of this solution contain 5.00 mol of NaOH`
5 months ago

Arun
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```							Let the required volume be ‘V’ ml.Mass of V ml of the solution = density*volume = 1.131V g.Mass of NaOH = (12/100)*1.131V = 0.136V g.Moles of NaOH = given mass/molar mass = 0.136V/40 = 0.0034V.Given- the required volume contains 5 mol NaOH.0.0034V = 5V =1472.93 ml
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