Chemistry (7th Edition)

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Chapter 4 - Reactions in Aqueous Solution - Worked Example - Page 118: 8


The molar concentration of $Br^-$ ions in this solution is equal to 0.675 $M$.

Work Step by Step

As we can identify by its chemical formula, each $FeBr_3$ has 3 $Br^-$ ions. $\frac{0.225 mol(FeBr_3)}{1 L} \times \frac{3 mol(Br^-)}{1 mol (FeBr_3)} = 0.675M(Br^-)$
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