Consider the reaction: #K_2S_((aq))+Co(NO_3)_(2(aq)) -> 2KNO_(3(aq))+CoS_((s)) darr#. What volume of 0.220M #K_2S# solution is required to completely react with 160mL of 0.145M #Co(NO_3)_2#?
You need 105 mL of 0.220-M potassium sulfide solution to completely react with that much cobalt nitrate.
Start with the balanced chemical equation for this double replacement reaction
Notice that you have a
Figure out how many moles of cobalt nitrate are present in solution by using the solution's molarity and volume
You need to have 0.0232 moles of potassium sulfide present in order for the cobalt nitrate to react completely. Once again, use the solution's molarity to determine what volume you'd need
Expressed in mL and rounded to two sig figs, the number of sig figs you gave for the volume of the cobalt nitrate solution, the answer will be