@eimar8 asked 4 months ago.

How many grams of cacl2 are required to mix 100. ml of 2.00 m solution?

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@rimuxowalo answered 3 months ago.

There are 100 ml of water, so we need to find out how much cacl2 is required to make a 2.00 m solution, that is, 2 molar. The molecular weight of cacl2 is 79.
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@pefebegawu answered 3 months ago.

To find out how many grams of each substance you need, you need to use this formula: mass of substance required = mass of solution x molarity of solution. In this case, you have a 2.0 M solution of calcium chloride, so you need to find out how many grams of calcium chloride there are in 100.
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@eppemiryrra answered 3 months ago.

You can use the following formula to calculate the amount of grams of CaCl2 to mix with 100.0 ml of a 2.00 M solution.
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@makuzalletto answered 3 months ago.

First, you need to convert 100. ml to 100. g. Next, you need to convert 2.00 m to 2.00 × 10. Then, you need to convert 2.00 × 10 to 10. g.
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@TTvsbshhh554 answered 3 months ago.

In order to calculate how many grams of CaCl2.2H2O are required to mix 100. ml of a 2.00 m solution, you need to know the density of the solution. The density of the solution is equal to the mass of the CaCl2.2H2O divided by the volume of the solution.

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