Posted on May 4, 2011 in Chemistry | 1 comment
how do you determine the number of moles of substance whose mass is required?
You can use a reference standard based on the known identity of the substance that you are trying to quantitate. The reference standard can be used to generate a calibration curve (e.g., y=mx+b) based on the analytical chemistry method selected for the analysis.
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