Problem: Calculate the molarity of acetate ions from a solution prepared by diluting 52.7 mL of 0.250 M tin (IV) acetate to 250 mL. a. 0.2108 M C2H3C2- b. 0.0527M C2H3C2- c. 1.1850 M C2H3C2- d. 0.1054 M C2H3C2-

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Calculate the molarity of acetate ions from a solution prepared by diluting 52.7 mL of 0.250 M tin (IV) acetate to 250 mL.

a. 0.2108 M C2H3C2-

b. 0.0527M C2H3C2-

c. 1.1850 M C2H3C2-

d. 0.1054 M C2H3C2-

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