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A solution was prepared by dissolving 1210 mg of K_{3}Fe(CN)_{6} (329.2 g/mol) in sufficient waterto give 775 mL. Calculate: a) the molar analytical c

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asked 2020-12-12
A solution was prepared by dissolving 1210 mg of \(\displaystyle{K}_{{{3}}}{F}{e}{\left({C}{N}\right)}_{{{6}}}\) (329.2 g/mol) in sufficient waterto give 775 mL. Calculate:
a) the molar analytical concentration of \(\displaystyle{K}_{{{3}}}{F}{e}{\left({C}{N}\right)}_{{{6}}}\).
b) the molar concentration of \(\displaystyle{K}^{{+}}\).
c) the molar concentration of \(\displaystyle{F}{e}{{\left({C}{N}\right)}_{{6}}^{{{3}-}}}\).
d) the weight/volume percentage of \(\displaystyle{K}_{{{3}}}{F}{e}{\left({C}{N}\right)}_{{{6}}}\).
e) the number of millimoles of \(\displaystyle{K}^{{+}}\) in 50.0 mL of thissolution
f) ppm \(\displaystyle{F}{e}{{\left({C}{N}\right)}_{{6}}^{{{3}-}}}\).
g) pK for the solution
h) \(\displaystyle{p}{F}{e}{\left({C}{N}\right)}_{{{6}}}\) for the solution.

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2020-12-13

I am using ur calculated value
Molarity of \(\displaystyle{F}{e}{{\left({C}{N}\right)}_{{{6}}}^{{{3}-}}}={4.74}\cdot{10}^{{-{3}}}\) M
Moles = molarity * V(L)
\(\displaystyle={4.74}\cdot{10}^{{-{3}}}{M}\cdot{0.775}{L}={3.674}\cdot{10}^{{-{3}}}\) mol
Mass of \(\displaystyle{F}{e}{{\left({C}{N}\right)}_{{{6}}}^{{{3}-}}}\) = moles * molar mass of \(\displaystyle{F}{e}{{\left({C}{N}\right)}_{{{6}}}^{{{3}-}}}\)
\(\displaystyle={3.674}\cdot{10}^{{-{3}}}\) mol * 212.0 g/mol
= 0.7788g
ppm = mass of solute / mass of solution \(*10^{6}\)
= 0.7788g / 775 g \(\displaystyle\cdot{10}^{{{6}}}\) (for water 1ml = 1g)
= 1005 ppm
= 1.005 mg/ L
Hope its clear to U!
for the molarity of \(\displaystyle{F}{e}{{\left({C}{N}\right)}_{{{6}}}^{{{3}-}}}\). , i got \(\displaystyle{4.74}{x}{10}^{{-{3}}}\) M

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Best answer
2021-10-08

(a):

Given values:

Mass of \(K_3Fe(CN)_6 = 1210 mg = 1.210 g  \)             (Conversion factor: 1 g = 1000 mg)

Molar mass of \(K_3Fe(CN)_6 = 329.2 g/mol\)

Volume of solution = 775 mL

Plugging values in equation 1:

 

\(Molarity \ of \ K_3Fe(CN)_6=\frac{1.210 \times 1000}{329.2 \times 775}\)

 

\(Molarity \  of \ K_3Fe(CN)_6=0.0047 M\)

b)

The equation for the dissociation of \(K_3Fe(CN)_6\) into its ions follows:

\(K_3Fe(CN)_6 (aq) \rightarrow 3K^+ (aq) + Fe(CN)_6^{3-}(aq)\)

1 mole of \(K_3Fe(CN)_6\) produces 3 moles of K^+ ions and 1 mole of \( Fe(CN)_6^{3-}\) ion

 

Molar concentration of \(K^+  \ ions = (3\times 0.0047) = 0.0141 M\)

c)

 

Molar concentration of \(Fe(CN)_6^{3−} \ ions = (1 \times 0.0047) = 0.0047 M\)

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