Question

The amount of each substance is calculated:

1) mSDS = 200 mL * (25 g / 100 mL) = 50 g SDS

2) m NaOH = 0.2 M * 0.06 L * 40 g / mol = 0.48 g

m SDS = 60 mL * (1 g / 100 mL) = 0.6 g

3) m NaCl = 0.25 L * 0.115 M * 58.44 g / mol = 1.68 g

4) m NaCl = 0.2 M * 0.01 L * 58.44 g / mol = 0.117 g

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