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Concentration of Solutions Quiz
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Question 1 of 6Question 1
Solute, solution, mass, volume, weight

Complete the following formula for the concentration of solutions:
Concentration in g/dm⁻³ = mass of in g / volume of in dm³
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Question 2 of 6Question 2
Dividing, multiplying, 1000, 2000, 100

If a volume is given in cm³, you can convert it to dm³ by it by .
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Question 3 of 6Question 3

Fill in the blanks to show the relationship between the different units of measurement for volume.
1dm³ = litre = cm³
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Question 4 of 6Question 4
Calculate the concentration of the solute in the following solution. 25g of sodium sulfate in 2dm³ of solution. Leave the units blank in this question.

g/dm³
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Question 5 of 6Question 5
Calculate the concentration of the solute in the following solution. 150g of potassium chloride in 5dm³ of solution.

g/dm³
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Question 6 of 6Question 6
Sodium chloride is reacted with potassium to form potassium chloride and sodium.
NaCl + K → KCl + Na
The concentration of the sodium chloride solution is 80 g/dm³. Calculate the mass of sodium chloride when we have 3.5 dm³ of sodium chloride solution.

g
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