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1. An aqueous solution of calcium chloride, CaCl2, is 3.464 M and has a density of 1.2816 g cm-3. Assuming you have 1 liter of this solution answer the following questions.

a) Use the density to calculate the mass of the solution

grams of solution

b) Given that you have 1 liter of solution how many moles of CaCl2 are in the solution?

mol CaCl2

c) Calculate the mass of CaCl2 in the solution

grams CaCl2

d) Determine the mass of water in the solution.

grams of H2O

2. Calculate the weight percent of CaCl2 in the solution.

weight % CaCl2

3. Calculate the molality of CaCl2 in the solution.

m CaCl2

4. Calculate the mol fraction of CaCl2 in the solution.

(mol fraction CaCl2)

5. Calculate the mol fraction of Cl- ion in the solution.

(mol fraction Cl-)

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