You make a solution by putting 45.6g of iron lll carbonate into 167ml of water. What is it's molarity?

You also need 25ml of a .672M Nickel ll hydroxide solution. Explain how to make that.

Now write the balanced equation that occurs when you put these two reactants together. The molarity of the iron product will be .05 and the molarity of the nickel product will be 1.45. At equilibrium, what will be favored?


1. The molar mass of Fe2(CO3)3 is 291.72 g/mol. This means that 45.6 g is equivalent to 0.156 mol. Dividing by the 0.167 L of water gives a solution of 0.936 M. 2. Multiplying (0.672 M)(0.025 L) = 0.0168 mol. The molar mass of Ni(OH)2 is 92.71 g/mol, so multiplying by 0.0168 mol = 1.56 grams. Therefore you would need to dissolved 1.56 g of Ni(OH)2 into 25 mL of water. 3. Fe2(CO3)3 + Ni(OH)2 --> Fe(OH)3 + NiCO3Balancing: Fe2(CO3)3 + 3Ni(OH)2 --> 2Fe(OH)3 + 3NiCO3The reaction quotient is:[Fe(OH)3]^2 * [NiCO3]^3 / [Fe2(CO3)3][Ni(OH)2]^3= (0.05)^2 * (1.45)^3 / (0.936)(0.672)^3= 0.0268Since this is < 1, it implies that the reactants are favored at equilibrium.

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