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Concentrations of Solutions. What are the components of a Solution?. Solute and Solvent. Do the components in a solution have differences?. Concentration of Solutions. Refers to amount of solute dissolved in a unit amount of solvent or of solution . Expressed in:

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### Concentrations of Solutions

Solute and Solvent

Refers to amount of solute dissolved in a unit amount of solvent or of solution.

Expressed in:

• Percent Composition (by mass or volume)

• Molarity

• Molality

• Mole Fraction

Percent by Mass

% by mass = Mass of solute X 100

Mass of solution

Percent by Volume

% by volume = Volume of solute X 100

Volume of solution

Where:

Mass/Vol. of sol’n = mass/vol. of solute + mass/vol. of solvent

1. What is the mass percentage of a solution made by dissolving 4.0 g NaCl in 100.0 g of water?

% by Mass = Mass of solute X 100

Mass of solution

= 4.0 g NaCl X 100

100.0 + 4.0g

= 0.03846 X 100

= 3.846 %

2. A medical solution used is 0.9 % by mass of NaCl. How many grams of NaCl are present in 100.0 g of the solution?

% by Mass = Mass of solute X 100

Mass of solution

0.9 = (?) g NaCl X 100

100.0 g of solution

= 0.9 g of NaCl

3. Dimercaprol, a compound used as an antidote for mercury and arsenic poisoning, is prepared by mixing 100.0 mg of dimercaprol with 700.0 mg of peanut oil. What is the percent by mass of dimecaprol in this solution?

% by Mass = Mass of solute X 100

Mass of solution

= 100mg Dimercaprol X 100

100.0mg Dimeracprol + 700.00mg peanut oil

= 100mg X 100

800mg Solution

% = 12.5

4. What is the mass percent of NaCl in a solution that is made by dissolving 12.0 g of NaCl in 60.0 g of H2O?

% by Mass = Mass of solute X 100

Mass of solution

= 12.0 g NaCl X 100

12.0g NaCl + 60.0 g H2O

= 12.0 g NaCl X 100

72.0 g Solution

% = 0.166 X 100

% = 16.6

5. What is the volume of alcohol in 500 mL of wine which contains 12% alcohol by volume? What is its proof number?

% by Mass = Volume of solute X 100

Vol. of solute + Vol. of solvent

12 = (?) volume of alcohol X 100

500.0 mL wine

12 = (?) volume of alcohol X 100

500.0 mL wine

6000mL = [(?) volume of alcohol] 100

100 100

60mL = volume of alcohol

6. A bottle of Lambanog is 80 proof. What is the percent by volume of alcohol in this bottle of Lambanog?

Degree proof is twice the percent by volume.

Therefore: an 80 proof alcohol contains 40% by volume of alcohol

Thus: in every 100mL has 40mL of alcohol and 60mL water

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