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Solutions Menu

Percent

Molar

Normal

Saturated

We use reagents primarily in solution form. They are made up as percent solutions or molar or

normal solutions. Rarely do you ever see molar solutions. All of these terms are just a means of

naming the concentration of solutions.

PERCENT SOLUTIONS

There are three types of percent solutions. All are parts of solute per 100 total parts of solution.

Based on the following definitions you may calculate the concentration of a solution or calculate

how to make up a specific concentration.

1. % W/W -

Percent of weight of solute in the total weight of the solution. Percent here is the number of

grams of solute in 100 grams of solution.

Example:

A 100% (W/W) NaCl solution is made by weighing 100 g NaCL and dissolving in 100 g of

solution.

2. % W/V -

Percent of weight of solution in the total volume of solution. Percent here is the number of grams

of solute in 100 mL of solution. This is probably the least significant way of naming a solution,

but the most common way of doing it. In fact, any percent solution not stipulated as W/W, W/V,

or V/V is assumed to be % W/V.

Example:

3. % V/V -

Percent of volume of solute in the total volume of solution %V/V. Percent here is the number of

milliliters of solute in 100 mL of solution.

Example:

stated, water is the solvent.

1. What is the percent concentration of a solution that you made by taking 5.85 g of NaCl and

diluting to 100 mL with H20?

2. What is the percent concentration of a solution that you made by taking 40 g of CaCl2 and

diluting to 500 mL with H20?

40 g /500 mL = Xg /100 mL

X = 8g

OR another way to look at this is, 40 grams solute is what percent of the 500 mL solution? The

100 is used to convert to percent.

8.5%= 8.5 g /100 mL

21.3 g = X

Therefore you would need to weigh out 21.3 g NaCl and dilute to 250 mL with H20.

4. How much (volume) 0.85% NaCl may be made from 2.55 g NaCl?

X = 300 mL

The definition of molar solution is a solution that contains 1 mole of solute in each liter of

solution. A mole is the number of gram molecular weights (gmw). Therefore, we can also say a

1M = 1 gMW solute/liter solution.

Na = MW of 23

Cl = MW of 35.5

NaCl = MW of 58.5

It may be made by weighing out 58.5 g of NaCl and qs to 1 liter with water. The qs stands for

quality sufficient and is a term used to designate that the total volume must be 1 liter (or

whatever is stated).

1 M H2S04 = 98 g/L

1 M H3P04 = 98 g/L

PROBLEMS

Ca = 40

Cl2 = 35.5 x 2 = 71

Then,

1M = 111 g/L

4M = 4 (111 g/L)

= 444 g/L

Na = 23

0 = 16

H=1

NaOH = 40 (MW)

Then,

1M = 40 g/L

= 20 g/L

20 /1000 mL = x /300 mL

6g=x

3. You weighed out 58.5 g of NaCl and diluted it to 250 mL. What is the molarity of the

solution?

4M=x

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NORMAL SOLUTIONS:

The definition of a normal solution is a solution that contains 1 gram equivalent weight (gEW)

per liter solution. An equivalent weight is equal to the molecular weight divided by the valence

(replaceable H ions).

1N H2S04 = 49 g/L

Problems involving normality are worked the same as those involving molarity but the valence

must be considered:

1N HCL the MW= 36.5 the EW = 36.5 and 1N would be 36.5 g/L

PROBLEMS:

1. You weigh out 80 g of NaOH pellets and dilute to 1 liter. What is the normality?

MW of NaOH = 40

EW = 40

1N = 40 g/L

MW = 40

1M = 40 g/L

2. You weighed out 222g of CaCl2 and diluted to 1 liter. What is the normality?

EW = 111 /2 = 5.55

1N = 55.5 g/L

1M = 111 g/L

Many times the solutions we make are made from more concentrated solutions rather than dry

chemicals. For figuring these out it can just be easier to remember a formula than figuring them

out.

V1C1 = V2C2

where V = volume

C = concentration (%, M, N)

or in other words the volume of a concentrated solution times its concentration will contain the

proper amount of chemical to give the volume of a weaker solution times its concentration.

SAMPLE PROBLEMS:

1. How much 12 N HCl do you need to make 400 mL of 2N solution?

V1C1 = V2C2

V1 = 400 x 2 mL / 12

V1 = 66.67 mL or 66.7 mL

2. You took 100 mL of a concentrated acid and made 2 liters of 0.5 N solution. What was the

normality of the original solution?

V1C1 = V2C2

Units on both sides of the formula must agree. Since the units for volume are not the same, 2L

should be converted to 2,000 mL (or 100 mL converted to 0.1 L)

C1 = 10.0N

This formula only works when concentrations are expressed in the same units. Therefore the

7M H2S04 should be converted to normality first. Another way this formula may be used is to

solve for how much diluted solution may be prepared.

V1C1 = V2C2

V1 = 50 mL

4. How much 0.2N H2S04 may be made from 80 mL of 12N H2S04?

V1C1 = V2C2

4800 mL = V2

This formula (V1C1 = V2C2) may also be used to calculate concentration when one solution of

known concentration is titrated to neutrality against a second (unknown concentration) solution.

Example: You used 10 mL of HCl to titrate to neutrality with 15 mL of 1N NaOH. What is the

concentration of HCl?

V1C1 = V2C2

C = 1.5N

PRACTICE PROBLEMS

5-1. How much NaCl will you need to make 100 mL of 0.85% (W/V) NaCl?

5-2. How much CaCl2 will you need to make 100 mL of 4% (W/V) CaCl2?

5-3. How much isopropanol will you need to make 100 mL of 75% (V/V) isopropanol?

5-4. How much NaCl do you need to make 2 liters of 0.85% (W/V) NaCl?

5-5. How much CaCl2 will you need to make 25 mL of 4% (W/V) CaCl2?

5-7. How much NaOH do you need to make 1 liter of 3M NaOH?

5-9. How much BaS04 do you need to weigh to make 1 liter of 1N BaSO4?

5-10. How much BaSO4 do you need to weigh to make 1 liter of 5N BaSO4?

5-11. How much CaCl2 do you need to weigh to make 1500 mL of 3N CaCl2?

5-12. If you weighed 10g of NaOH and diluted to 100 mL with water, what is the concentration

of % W/V?

5-13. If you measured 15 mL of ethanol and diluted to 50 mL, what is the concentration of the

solution in % V/V?

5-14. If you weighed 40g of NaOH and diluted it to 1 liter with water what is the molarity of the

solution?

5-15. If you weighed 160g of NaOH and diluted it to 1 liter with water what is the molarity of

the solution?

5-16. If you weighed 320 g of NaOH and diluted it to 2 liters with water what is the molarity of

the solution?

5-17. If you weighed 25g of CaCl2 and diluted to 1 liter with water, what is the normality of the

solution?

5-18. If you weighed 160g of NaCl and diluted to 500 mL, what is the molarity of the solution?

5-19. If you weighed 320g of NaOH and qs to 2,500 mL with water, what is the N?

5-20. If you weighed 555g of CaCl2 and qs to 500 mL with water, what is the N? and M?

5-24. What is the normality of a NaOH solution when 12.5 mL of it was used to titrate 5.0 mL of

2N HCl to neutrality?

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CONCENTRATED SOLUTIONS:

Concentrated acids and bases and other stock reagents exist as liquids and usually do not have

their concentrations listed as %, M or N. They usually have specific gravity or density of the

solution. The concentration may be calculated from this. Then how to make the weaker solution

from this concentration solution is determined. So when the only information about the

concentration of a concentrated solution is specific gravity and percent assay, we must first

calculate concentration.

Specific Gravity for all purposes is the number of grams per milliliter.

For example:

HCl sp. gr. = 1.080 would mean that there is 1.080 g of HCl in every mL of solution.

If 1 N = 36.5 g/L

One problem with most purchased solutions, even the best, is that they are not pure. Some of that

weight is due to other substances. But the bottle will state the percent assay or what percent is

really there.

In that case

Now that we know the amount of solute per volume of solution, we may calculate concentration.

1026g / 1L is the same as 1026g /1000 mL

X = 102.6 g

If we had wanted to know concentration as molarity we would proceed as with other molarity

problems:

28.1 M = X

Of course, your problem may be more than just determining concentration. You may need to

make up 5 liters of 0.02N H2S04 from concentrated H2S04 on the shelf. The bottle states:

% assay = 80%

You don't give up and leave, you remember what you did in your lab math program -- which

was:

= 1.64 g/mL

= 1640 g/L

% assay = 80%

MW H2S04 = 98

E.W. = 49

1N H2S04 = 49 g/L

Second, once you know the concentration, plug it into the formula.

V1C1 = V2C2

V1 = 3.7 mL

Saturated Solutions:

Often a procedure requires a saturated solution and does not stipulate an exact quantity that you

need to weigh. The laboratory will have a Handbook of Physics and Chemistry or Chemistry

Handbook which, among other information, lists the saturation index of compounds in water

(and other solutions may be listed). Often this is listed as the number of grams of the chemical

(solute) per 100 mL of solvent. For example, the solubility of KCl in cold water is 34.7. To make

100 mL of saturated KCl you would weigh >34.7g of KCl and qs to 100 mL.

5-25. How many milliliters of concentrated sulfuric acid, specific gravity 1.84, 98 percent H2S04

by weight, are required to prepare 3 liters of 0.2N solution?

Make 1 liter of 6N reagent from each of them. What is the normality of each concentrated

reagent?

HCl sp. gr. = 1.18 and 37% assay

5-27. How would you make 500 mL of saturated (N02)3C6H20H? The solubility is 1.4 g/100 mL.

5-28. If the solubility of NaOH is 42 in g/100 mL of cold water, what is the normality of a

saturated NaOH solution?

5-29. You have a solution of HCl that has a specific gravity of 1.100 and 89% assay. What is the

normality?

5-30. How would you make 500 mL of 0.2N CaCl2 solution from a stock solution with a sp. gr.

of 1.32 and 75% assay?

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