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In this lesson we have studied a variety of things relating to concentrations of solutions. There are several different ways of expressing concentration: weight percent, volume percent, molarity, and normality. We have worked with calculations that relate M to moles of solute and volume of solution and also formula weight as well as color intensity. We looked at how, in reversible reactions, the concentrations of the chemicals in equilibrium are related to one another by the solubility product constant, Ksp, for the equilibrium.

As you complete your work on this lesson, be sure to review the objectives and get lots of practice. Take the self quiz and check your answers. Answer the questions in the problem set to be turned in. Write up a lab report of your experimental work to be turned in.


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