Calculate the no.of sulphate ions in 100ml of 0.001M H2SO4 soln.

Asked by pb_ckt | 29th May, 2019, 11:36: PM

Expert Answer:

Given:
 
Molarity = 0.001 M
 
Volume of solution = 100 ml
 
                            = 0.1 L
 
We know,
 
Molarity space equals space fraction numerator No. space of space moles over denominator Volume space of space solution space in space straight L end fraction

No. space of space moles space of space straight H subscript 2 SO subscript 4 space equals space Molarity space cross times space Volume space of space solution space in space straight L

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No. space of space moles space of space straight H subscript 2 SO subscript 4 space equals space 0.0001 space mole
1 mole of H2SO4 caontains 1 mole of SO42 ions
 
So, there are 0.0001 moles of SO42− ions
 
1 mole contins Avogadro's no. of ions.
 
No. of ions = No. of moles × Avogadro's number
 
                = 0.0001 × 6.022 × 1023 
 
                = 6.022 × 1019 SO42− ions 

Answered by Varsha | 30th May, 2019, 11:03: AM