Why is a solution of NaF basic while aqueous NaCl is neutral?

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"4 times as much" is not quite correct. You should be adding the amount of water needed to dilute 4.85M to 1M, which means you need to have 4.85 times as much water. So for each ml of 4.85M solution you need to add 3.85 ml water to make 4.85 ml which will be 1M. The equation should be 4.85x = 100 ...

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In order. 5.88% means 5.88/100 = 0.0588 ------------ NaCl = 58.44 grams/mol * 0.0588 = 3.436 grams -----------------Now 1.02 grams/ml = 3.436 grams/X ml X ml = 3.436/1.02 = 3.3686 ...

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How many grams of nacl are in 225 mL of a .75 M nacl solution

My original answer was a bit different from John MaCanne's. John pointed my mistake (I took Cl for 17 instead of 35.45). Here is the corrected answer (Thank you John, thumb up). NaCl = 22.99 + 35.45 = 58.44 So 58.44 g"r of Nacl in 1 litter water make 1M (M = Mole) solution. A solution of 0 ...

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