How many grams of ammonium carbonate in a 16% solution of 200 ml? The density of the solution is 1.0539 g / cm3.

The mass of ammonium carbonate is found by the formula: m = (p.V.w%) / 100%, where
p is the density of the solution (g / cm3);
V is the volume of the solution (ml);
w% – mass fraction of a substance in solution (%).
Then
m [(NH4) 2CO3] = (1.0539. 200. 16) / 100 = 33.7 g.
Answer: m [(NH4) 2CO3] = 33.7 g.

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