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Help Finding Molarity Solution

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In the reaction represented below, 1.456x10^5 ug of V2(CO3)5 can produce 25.00 mL of what molarity MgCO3 solution?
V = 50.94 g/mol
C = 12.01 g/mol
O = 16.00 g/mol

Equation: 3V2(CO3)5 + 5Mg3(PO4)2 ----------> 15MgCO3 + 2V3(PO4)5
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1. Calculate the mass of Vanadiumcarbonate to mole
2. Calculate according the equation the mole of magnesiumcarbonate.
3. Calculate the molarity by using the given volume.
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ChenBeier wrote: Mon Oct 05, 2020 10:37 pm 1. Calculate the mass of Vanadiumcarbonate to mole
2. Calculate according the equation the mole of magnesiumcarbonate.
3. Calculate the molarity by using the given volume.
Once I do that and then what?
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Then you get the result.
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