what is the equation to find the concentration of solutions

concentration (mol/ dm^3) = moles/ volume (dm^3)

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how do you change from g/dm3 to mole/dm3

from g/dm3 to mole/dm3 you divide by the RFM visa versa

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how do you get from cm3 to dm3

you divide by 1000 but from dm3 to cm3 you times by 1000

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what is the equation that links mole, RFM and mass

Mole = mass/RFM

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what is the law of conservation

energy cannot be created or destroyed but be transferred or dissapated into the surroundings as heat, the total mass of the reactants = the total mass of the products

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what is the eqaution that links mole, concentration, volume, mass and the RFM

mole = mass/RFM = concentration x volume = volume/ 24

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what does one mole of any substance equal

it will have the same mass as the relative formula mass

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what equation for the concentration of a solution

Mass = volume x concentration

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what is the equation for percentage yeild

actual mass of the product/ maximum mass of the product x 100

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how do you get 100% atom economy

any reaction that only has one product it is our only useful product

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what is the equation for atom economy

RFM of desired product/ RFM of all the reactants

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why we might not get all the products we expect to

some products left behind, some of the reactions might not be pure, some products might be lost whilst separating them from the reaction mixture, reaction doesn't finish

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