# HSC exam chemistry solutions for the 2001 paper (1 Viewer)

##### HSC!!
Hey world. i wanted to know if anyone could tell me where the answers are to the HSC papers??/

i did question 23 from the paper and i want to know if i am correct or not

cheers,

ps, i got 83.333 grams.

i just found the answer in a success one book and the answer is 82.0 grams...

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#### no one

##### New Member
...im assuming youve tried board of studies...
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ARC :: Standards Packages
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#### mitochondria

##### *Rawr*!
I'm sure you already know how to do this so I'm not going to go into the calculation in details but only the bits that are important.

nHCl = 0.1000 mol.L-1 x 0.0244 L = 2.44 x 10-3 mol

Assuming that the neutralisation has a 1:1 ratio for HCl:NaX (which is why this question was so poorly written...):

mNaX = 10.0 g.L-1 x 0.0200 L = 0.200 g

Molar mass of NaX is therefore:

MNaX = mNaX x nHCl = 82.0 g.mol-1

Hmmm... What did you do ?

##### HSC!!
I'm sure you already know how to do this so I'm not going to go into the calculation in details but only the bits that are important.

nHCl = 0.1000 mol.L-1 x 0.0244 L = 2.44 x 10-3 mol

Assuming that the neutralisation has a 1:1 ratio for HCl:NaX (which is why this question was so poorly written...):

mNaX = 10.0 g.L-1 x 0.0200 L = 0.200 g

Molar mass of NaX is therefore:

MNaX = mNaX x nHCl = 82.0 g.mol-1

Hmmm... What did you do ?
AHAHA, yea i attempted the question already. i did it again and i realised that i got the volumes mixed up. thanks
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#### pman

##### Banned
Assume your wrong, not the book!