Question Solved1 Answer The solubility of sodium bicarbonate in water is 11.1g NaHCO3/100 g H20 at 30.0°C and 16.4 g NaHCO3/100 g H20 at 60.0°C; the solubility varies approximately linearly with temperature over the range 5°C to 60°C. If a saturated solution at 60.0°C is cooled to 33.0°C, what percentage of the dissolved salt crystallizes?

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Transcribed Image Text: The solubility of sodium bicarbonate in water is 11.1g NaHCO3/100 g H20 at 30.0°C and 16.4 g NaHCO3/100 g H20 at 60.0°C; the solubility varies approximately linearly with temperature over the range 5°C to 60°C. If a saturated solution at 60.0°C is cooled to 33.0°C, what percentage of the dissolved salt crystallizes?
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Transcribed Image Text: The solubility of sodium bicarbonate in water is 11.1g NaHCO3/100 g H20 at 30.0°C and 16.4 g NaHCO3/100 g H20 at 60.0°C; the solubility varies approximately linearly with temperature over the range 5°C to 60°C. If a saturated solution at 60.0°C is cooled to 33.0°C, what percentage of the dissolved salt crystallizes?
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Solubility is linear function of temp. (5-60^(@)C) so find Equation of line.{:[" Solubity "=m(T)+c],[11.1=m(30)+c],[16.4=m(60)+c],[" (2) "-" (1) "],[5.3=m(30)=>m=0.17667]:}from epsiq^('')(1)quad11.1=0.17667 xx30+cc=5.8Solubility (gNaH ... See the full answer