January 2011 Chemistry Regents #58-59

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Base your answers to questions 58 to 59 on the information below.

A 2.0-liter aqueous solution contains a total of 3.0 moles of dissolved NH4Cl at 25°C and standard pressure.

58 Determine the molarity of the solution. [1]

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1.5M

(1.5M=3.0mols/2.0L)

59 Identify the two ions present in the solute. [1]

NH_{4}^{+} (Ammonium) and Cl^{-} (chloride)

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