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Solve this: Molar x V (in Of Molar Milli At x V (in mi.) Ma• of u»lute Molar nuss of solute .Å19i Mole and milli mole of reactants react re«ding stoichiometry or equation and give products E«NdingIy Mole Olunr On litre): Equiva lent Nornulity ¯ (in litre) M Mole Equivalent; Molarity x Valerwe tictor Nomulity ..Å22) 3. The term mole is used in reporting text for amount Of substance whereas mol is used for representing unit. 4. Analytical molarity (usually molarity) and equUibrium molarity ate two different terms Equilibrium molarity represents the mole of particular species in one litre of solution. S. The equilibrium molarity of a strong electrolyte is zero. F« example consider analytical molarity of IM HCI. equilibrium molarity of HCI is zero because of 1000 ionisation as HCI —»yr+cr whereas equilibrium molarities of H* and Cl- are IM each. Similarly a solution of a strong electrolyte say Ax BY having analytical molarity I M shows equilibrium molarities Of AxBY , AY• and BX- as 0 M, XM and YM 6. Incase ofweak electrolytes (either a weak acid or weak base) say analytical molarity of C M HA the equilibrium molarities of HA, and A - are I — and Ca respectively since it shows partial dissociation as ;

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