How many grams of NaOH do you add to 1.0 Liter of water to make a 12.0 Molar (M) solution?
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In order to determine how many grams of Sodium Hydroxide (NaOH) one must add to 1 Liter of water to make a 12.0 M solution, one must first know the molar mass of NaOH, and how to determine molarity.
In this case, the molar mass of NaOH is 39.997 grams/mole. The formula for molarity is:
Molarity (M)=moles solute/Liters solution
Since the final molarity of our solution is to be made in 1 Liter of water, one must calculate how many grams of the solute, in this case NaOH, to add to 1...
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